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ALL OF THE TYPE SHOWN IN THIS BOOK 

AS ALSO THE 

BRASS RULE, LEADS, SLUGS AND FURNITURE 

ARE MADE ON THE 

POINT SYSTEM OF INTERCHANGEABLE BODIES 

AND THEY WILL ALL 

WORK TOGETHER AND JUSTIFY ACCURATELY. 



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J We show in this Catalogue, in addition to 

\ type of our own cast, such faces only as we carry 
in stock, and direct special attention to the ar- 
tistic specimens of New Designs. 



We cast all of our type from the celebrated 
Copper jQlloy Metal, and guarantee it second 
to none for durability. ri\\ of our type is cast on 
Point System, and in this Catalogue we have 
adopted the Point Qodies, in place of the old 
meaningless names, to distinguish the sizes. 



Trusting our Catalogue will fall into appre- 
ciative hands and that we may be favored 
with a generous share of your valued orders, 



we remain, 



Very Sincerely, 



May, 1893, 



Cleveland Type Foundry. 



149888 



POINT SYSTEM. 



Below wo print a table showing comparison between Point System and the Old Bodies. 
This' is given for the benefit of those not yet familiar with the Point System— not to 
perpetuate the old names, which we believe any attempt to retain in use in connection 
with the new bodies will result only in confusion. We shall use them in such connection 
only when we deem it necessary for explanatory purposes. The new sizes will in all cases 
be designated by the number of points. 

1 Point, 12-to-Pica. 
VA " 8-to.Pica. 

2 " 6-to-Pica. 

3 " 4-to-Pica or Excelsior. 

3% " Takes the place of Brilliant. 

4 " 3-to-Pica. 

4% " Takes the place of Diamond. 

5 " Takes the place of Pearl. 
5% " Takes the place of Agate. 

6 " Nonpareil. 

7 " Takes the place of Minion. 

8 ** Takes the place of Brevier. 

9 " 3-Line Excelsior, takes the place of Bourgeois. 

10 " Takes the place of Long Primer. 

11 " Takes the place of 2-Line Agate or Small Pica. 

12 " *Pio&. 

14 " Takes the place of Two-Line Minion or English. 

16 ** Takes the place of Two-Line Brevier. 

18 ** Three-Line Nonpareil, takes the place of Great Primer. 

20 " Takes the place of Paragon. 

22 " Takes the place of Double Small Pica. 

24 " Double Pica. 

28 " Takes the place of Double English. 

30 ** 5-Line Nonpareil. 

32 " Takes the place of Four-Line Brevier. 

36 " Three-Line Pica, takes the place of Double Great Primer. 

40 ** Takes the place of Double Paragon. 

42 ** Seven-Line Nonpareil. 

44 " Takes the place of Canon or Four-Line Small Pica. 

48 " Four-Line Pica. 

54 " Nine-Line Nonpareil. 

60 " Five-Line Pica. 

72 " Six-Line Pica. 



ONTENTS. 



PAQE. 

Estimates for Newspaper and Job Offices 405—408 

Explanation of Point System Bodies'. 4 

General Information 397—404 

Price List of Printing Material and Machinery 313—396 

Price List of Roman Type 314 

Wood Type, Ornaments and Borders 291—312 

Type, Rule, Etc. 



PAQE. 

Aoadian 154, 155 

Accents .....314 

Advertising Rules 257 

Alaskan 194 

Aldine 94 

Alpine 197 

Antique, No. 3 100 

Antique, No. 4 99 

Antique Condensed* No. 2 98 

Antique Extended, No. 2 101 

Apple Blossom Ornaments 232 

Architectural Combination 228 

Argent 206 

Armoric 172, 173 

Astral, No. 2 207 

Auroral, No. 2 208 

Auxiliaries, Series 2 230 

Auxiliaries. Series 3 231 

Borders 232C, 235— 244 

Bold Face Italic 92 

Boston Black 211 

Brass Braces 249 

Brass Circles 258, 259 

Brass Dashes 254—256 

Brass Diamonds 260 

Brass Octagons 259, 260 

Brass Ovals 258, 259 

Brass Rule, in Strips 246—248 

Brass Rule, Labor-Saving 250—253 

Capital Mortised 161 

Caxton Old Style 80, 81 

Celtic 142,143 

Chameleon 196 

Cherokee Borders 241 

Chic 146 

Childs 181 

Chinese 202 

Cirrous 156 

Clarendon Condensed 105 

Clarendon Extended 106 

Columbian 164 

Commercial 87 

Combination Border, 301 235 

Combination Border, 304 239 

Combination Border, 305 239 

Condensed, No. 4 95 

Corners 245 

Cross Rules 257 

Cushing 150 

Daisy Border 236-238 

Dash Rules 257 

DeVinne 1K7— 189 

Deming Ornaments 232A 

Doric 106 

Douglas 192,193 

Duerer. 184,185 

Euclid 165-169 



PAQE. 

Euclid Initials 162--163 

Elandkay 160 

Elberon, No. 2 200 

Elzevir Florets 232D 

Extra Condensed, No. 6 96 

Facade 176, 177 

Facade Condensed, No. 2 174,175 

French Clarendon 107 

French Clarendon Extended 108 

French Old Style 82, ftft 

Full Face, No. 3 91 

Gazelle 217 

Geometric 146 

German .,.54 — 65 

German Title 60, 61 

German Title Condensed 64, 6fc 

Gothic, No. 2 11« 

Gothic, No. 4 117 

Gothic, No. 12 114, 115 

Gothic, No. 10 Ill 

Gothic Condensed, No. 1 124 

Gothic Condensed, No. 2 123 

Gothic Condensed, No. 3 122 

Gothic Condensed, No. 4 120 

Gothic Condensed, No. 5 ,121 

Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2 118, 119 

Gothic Italic 126, 127 

Half Title 90 

Happy Thoughts 232B, 232C 

Howland 186 

Ideal 201 

Illyrian 209 

Inclined Gothic 128 

Inferiors and Superiors 315 

Interlaken 209 

Interline Flourishes 229 

Ionic, No. 2 104 

Iroquois Ornaments ,^232A 

Ivanhoe 178, 179 

I vanhoe Circular 149 

Ivy 151 

Latin Antique 129 

Latin Condensed 132, 133 

Law Italic 215 

Law Italic, No. 2 214 

Light Face Celtic 136 

Light Face Extended 90 

Light Face Runic 134, 135 

Lining Light Face Gothic 110 

Lincoln 190.191 

Lining Antique 102, 103 

Lining Gothic, No. 4 112 

Lining Gothic, No. 5 113 

Lining Gothic Extended 109 

Litho 147 

Logotypes, Series 1 234 



Type* Rule, Etc. 



PAGE. 

Mailing Type . 361 

Modern Fraktur... .62» 63 

Mikado .... . 198, 199 

Mikado Ornaments ,......-..232 

Modern Antique 130, 131 

JXlOIitl" l 1<L» ...... +*.«.. .«..*». ...«.**..» 4.i ........ IO I f I tVf 

Newspaper Headings . 288, 290 

Norman Condensed- ........ 140, 141 

Old Style, No. 2 . 78,79 

Old Style, No # 4..*.* ... 77 

Old Style Antique 88 

Old Style Condensed, No. 2 .....84, 85 

Old Style Bold .........195 

Old Style Condensed, No. 4 86 

Old Style Italic, No. 3 ...... 75 

Oxford..., 158—159 

Palmetto Ornaments ...... 233 

Piece Fractions . 315 

Pointers 233 

Pointer Borders 232C 1 

Poster Antique... 5^~P 

Poster Commercial.... 72 — 74 

Poster Ionic ..66—67 

^q^uacib anci ^-pac-co. ........... ...«..**.....-• #.ojt 

Raven.. .............203 

Recipe Marks ...261 

Rembrandt .....205 

Remington Standard... 216 

Roman, No. 3 ... 76 

Ronaldson Title Slope , 93 

Rubens..... 182,183 



Schwabaeher „ 58, 59 

Script 

Boston ...220,221 

Carpenter 222 

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Novelty 219 

Roval ''■li * > *^7 

* - r j ** * ■ ■ * .*.*... *.«.....*•«.*. ...... .....pp....*. — ■m^ ' , .■. *. t 

Steel Plate 224, 225 

Signet ]o2, 1.t3 

Signet Shade.., 214 

Skjald 170 

Skeleton Antique, No. 2 97 

Stars, Five-Pointed 261 

Superiors and Inferiors „ 315 

J- ** "JCw... ....... «.»■.*•*•...*». ...»..»*»•■#•.. .a . .........X ' > - ' 

Telescopic Gothic 114 

Title, No. 4 91 

ii ii Li oi J3 jat t\ «..*...«...■*..«..*. .....■*.«. p. .... 4>i ..., «wi«t 

Two-Line, No. 10 89 

Two-Line Condensed, No. o 89 

Twinklers 233 

Typograph 216 

Typographic Combination 125 

Typo 180 

l -I * » ^^ tlllV.,..,,,.,.,,!,,, lllltti'tii,ttt>M»til ■> 

Victoria Italic 144 

*- *■■!■ V-tltlll............ >..p.«... .... ........ ...... *..*.*.. ■iplU 



Walton 157 

Waverly Circular 148 

Wide Black 210 

Word Ornaments, Nos. 1 and 2 2&4 



Printing Material and Machinery. 



Advertising Rules., 
Annex Type Boxes 



PAGE. 
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Bellows. 315 

Benzine Can ♦ 317 

Blankets .........316 

Bodkins and Tweezers....... ......317 

JjUOK^ I'm IT il II H-I p ....... 1 1 ... . » . ................ , ...j IO 

Boxwood for Engraving .347 

Ji J i t X) ~ »jl A J I 1 K \s O Diiiii m ...... ...... .p.. f.p....f ■ . . i # . *™*T * " 

Brass Circles ..... 258, 25i-i 

Brass Curves and Clamps,.... 316 

Brass Dashes ., 254,255, 256 

Brass Diamonds. 260 

Brass Leads 318 

x^r cLoS jJvtiUvrHf it MtuiMiH immiiii'jio 

Brass Octagons 269, 260 

xd i cLs n \J \ a i b...«. . .. p ....... p p ..... . .... p. p ... p • p z* jo# &j\3 

Brass Rule, in Strips 246— 24S 

Brass Rule, Labor-Saving ..250—253, 318 

Brass Space Rule ..318 

Bronzes ....316 

Bronzing Pads ...,, .316 

Brushes 316 

Cabinets 319—327 

Cases 330—334 

Case Brackets 336 

Case Rack ....330 

Case Stands........ 328, 329 

Card Cutters 336, 337 

Chases, Cast Iron. 337 

Chases, Wrought Iron 338, 339 

Circular Quads... 344 



PAGE. 

Column Rules 343 

V. \J 1 11 |./l f r* 1 I M H I ..... ... .... ... ...... ■ •*..»« ***«..**» .....i V'" 

Composition Kettles 343 

Composing Rules 343 

Composing Sticks.. 340, ,i42 

Copy Holder ,...344 

Corner Quads, Slugs, etc 344 

Counting Machines 342 

Curving Machines 343 

^~- l| l l 111 {^ \.J \, . \.' «V p, ......... .!■■■■ ...... ii.... ....p. IP....* FW* 9 

Cross Rules.... 2i7 

Date Lines *U5 

Dash Rules ............ 257 

1 i t*V T 1 1 CpT [l *\( *■ \i < Aii> 

J- ' i B ? -ill ^ Ji *■ < pj \. ■• l » * ~ » . . ........... .**..* ............ ..pp..... UT* J 

J J I I ^m. 1 til T III fm. ....... ............ ...... ...... ........ . . p . . . . t ' ■ * ' 

Engraving Tools... 34o 

Engraver's Wood ..,347 

Envelope Flap Embossing Punch ...,,.347 

Eleetrotyping 346 

Electrotype Slugs , ,345 

JL vV * 4 X. V * 1 H vl Rpmi i. mm ...... ...... ppppp. ... ... ...... trt I 

Felt Cloth ;?47 

Figured or Lettered Slugs 'Mn 

Form Tnu-k :i!8 

X ' ' * f L VJ t M^^»« ...... p. .......... ..•..■..............■■..•* rr* 

Folding Machines.., .347 

Furniture, Metal 333 

Furniture and Regrlet, Oiled Cherry 386 

Galleys .348,349 

Galley Racks 351 

Gauge Pins .350, 351 



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PAGE. 

Hand Carts .335 

Head Rules 352 

Headings for Newspapers 288— 290 

Imposing Stones 353 

Imprint Lines 290 

Inks 354 

Inking Apparatus 352 

Ink Knives .355 

Inking Stones 355 

Ink Slice 354 

Inkoleum 355 

Label Holders 356 

Lamp Holders 357 

Labor-Saving Cherry Furniture 355 

Labor-Saving Lead and Slug Rack 356 

Labor-Saving Rule and Reglet Rack 357 

Labor Saving Re-let Case 356 

Lead and Rule Cutters 357, 358 

Leads and Slugs 357 

Lye Brushes 316 

Mailing Machines 359,360 

Mailing Type .361 

Make-Up Rules 361 

Mallets 361 

Metal Furniture 362 

Miter Machines 363,364 

Miter Box 363 

Newspaper Files 364 

Numbering Machine 365 

Old Metal .314 

Overhead Fixtures 364 

Outfit for Brass Rule Work 318 

Page Cord 372 

Paper Cutters 366— 372 

Paper Jogger 372 

Paper Cutter Gauge 372 

Pasting Machines 373 

Peerless Feeder 347 

Perforating Machines 373, 374 

Perforating Rule 373 

Presses, Army 384 

Presses, Cylinder 375—379 

Presses, Job 380— 384 

Presses, Washington Hand 383 

Printers Punch 374 



PAGE. 

Planers 374 

Plan for Laying Case 330 

Plate Cutter— Hopkins 372 

Proof Presses 375 

Quoins 385,386 

Ratchet 386 

Reglet and Furniture 386 

Roller Felt 347, 386 

Roller Composition 386 

Roller Moulds 387 

Roller Stocks 386 

Rollers, Price for Casting 386 

Rollers, Hand 386 

Roller Supporters 387 

Saws, Furniture 363 

Scoring Rule 387 

Sectional Blocks 387 

Sewing Machines.. 389 

Shooting Sticks 387 

Side and Foot Sticks 389 

Slugs, Figured or Lettered 345 

Slugs and Leads 357 

Space Rule 318 

Spaces and Quads 314 

Stabbers 393 

Staple Binders 390, 392 

Stereotype Outfits 394 

Stereotype Blocks 388 

Stapling Machines 390, 392 

Sub-Headings 290 

Take Slugs, see Electrotype Slugs... 345, 395 

Tablet Press 394,395 

Tablet Glue 394 

Tablet Glue Pots 395 

Tapes, Press 396 

Tweezers and Bodkins 317 

Twister, Bartholomew 395 

Type Measure 396 

Type Wash 396 

Tyinpan Press Boards 396 

Wood Rule 294—296 

Wood Type 291-312 

Wrenches 396 

Wrinkler 396 



Classified List of Cuts. 



PAGE. 

A. 0. U. W 266 

Anvil 265 

Archery 266 

Barrels 265, 277 

Bees and Beehives 266 

BUI of Fare 263 

Birds 265 

Baggy 277 

Boots and Shoes 265 

Card Logotypes 262 

Check and Certificate Blanks 262, 263 

Coal 265,281 

Coffin 276 

Constitution 271 • 287 

Coon 274,275 

Cows 265, 275,276, 278 

Cross and Crown 266, 268, 269 



PAGE. 

Dentistry 265,277 

Dogs 275, 279, 287 

Druggists' Cuts 265, 266, 280, 281 

Eagles 272, 273, 274,279 

Elks 268,272 

Fire Apparatus 268—270 

Fishes 282 

Fists 264. 

Flags 270, 271, 285 

Fruits and Flowers 278, 285 

G. A. R.— See Society Emblems 267—269 

Globe 269 

Harness and Saddlery 281 

Hearse 276 

Hens and Chickens 265, 276 

Horses 265,276, 280, 281, 285 



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page. 

Horse Shoes.,* 281 

Horse Shoer .... 2K{> 

Houses.... , .... * .. •...265 



Independent Order of Red Men 267, 269 

Independent Order of (jood Templars 267 

Jr. 0. U. A. M 2(5*), 2*39 

K. of P.— See Society Emblems 266—270 

Letter and Bill Head Logotypes 262 

Livery 277 

Masonic — See Society Emblems 26*5 — 270 

Monuments 265 

Musical 21 >o 

ll clrLLll til iTtl? *,ii,,,....4<,tr,,»*i-> ■ ill... «»••*«•■• i- r * i- 

Newspaper Cuts . 2«>o 

Odd Fellows— See Society Emblems 2*Ki— 270 
Palette. 265 



PAGE, 

PajMT HauKintC— -.265 

Pawnbroker .265 

Printer .. 267, 276 

Railroads ..„„.„ .... 274, 278, 282 

Roosters '274, 275, 284 

Royal Arcanum 269 

SaiUng"Vesseiir.r"™3^^ 

Sailor 273 

Seals 261. 274, 278 

Society Emblems 266—270 

Sons of Veterans 267 

Sons of St. George 268, 270 

Stars 261 



in Ships 265, 286 

Storks 272 

Tobaceo and Cigars 277 

Turkev 275 274 287 



Wheat... 265, 267, 273 

Woman's Relief Corps 267 



Index and Price List of Cuts. 



No. PaO£, Price 

*T ■ ■ * • * jirrO*. * * * * * .OO 
i , . , , t • Z I J-,* . .... .00 

10 261 05 

11 261 05 

12 261 05 

13 261 05 

14 261 05 

15 261 10 

16 361 10 

17 Wl Ifi 

lo 261 ...In 

19... ..261 15 

zy JtK>. ^to 

35* 216 A5 

36* 216 36 

%J\} iiittidil,, »*H/ 

51* 211 -50 

52 262 35 

53 ''62 40 
54. .....262 .30 

DO .....Zl 1 . ,. 40 

58f 186 40 

60 262 30 

61* 209 30 

67* 210 30 

68* 210 .30 

69* 211 35 

70* 210 .35 

i X ZLU i.tOO 

72+ 186 .30 

/o • J)« ««.,.. -••'SO 

77* 910 SS 

78* 210 35 

79* 210 35 

80t 18o . 35 

81 262 .35 

83* 209 30 

84* 210 40 



No, Pag*. Pmice 

Kv* 911 ifl 

86* 210 35 

92 262 .30 

96 262 .35 

97+ 185 40 

101* 211 35 

I02t 186 40 

104t 1K<> jfc) 

105* 210 40 

106* 211 40 

107 262 30 

I08t 185 40 

109+ 186 ,30 

110 262 10 

111 262 10 

112 262 10 

I lOtuMi **'-'■* ...... *. L\f 

114«*...«ZuZ„,..,.,10 
11/,*.... Zt)Z. . ...... i u 

118 262 10 

119 262 10 

120 262 10 

121 262 10 

122 l H\'> 10 

1 ******* m* * -^* t*mt . * ... iilV 

123 262 10 

124 262 10 

125 262 ..10 

126 262 10 

127 262 10 

130 262 10 

131 262 10 

1 3* 26*? 1 

134 262 10 

1 oD .«*••« **OZ ........ 1 U 

136 262 10 

137 262 10 

138 262 10 



No, Page. Price 

139 262 10 

140 262 10 

141 262 10 

It — —HZ HJ 

143 262 10 

1 *■ r * » » • * * Jb»* '— •»,,t*itlv 

1 x* *■#...• +** *±* * * ■■....!. V 

1 T* ) . . * . « . — * > » *•■••** J F> t 

147* 209 30 

148 262 10 

USI 262 10 

150t 185 10 

151+ 185 10 

l*>iT..**-loO,, t 10 

154+ 185 10 

15(>+ 185 10 

15oT 18o. ,10 

15«J+ 185 10 

16of 185 10 

161+ 185 10 

162+ 185 10 

J."_fr*' g ■ .«• Lfr* ',, ,li/ 

164+ I8n 10 

16/>+ 185 10 

166+ 185 10 

167+ 185 10 

168 262 10 

169* 262 75 

172* 239 50 

173 263 .40 

174 263 40 

X | * J M .*.ulu ,,1)0 

176* 212 30 

In FmmiI*/*** • . ...Zr) 

I78t 18/ ..,*,, t ,25 

L|t MMt^l')li||t4ltOv 

..213... :io 



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No. Page, Price 

181+ 187 .35 

182+ 187 35 

185 274 1.00 

l^> \ZU\l** .*...•• >o 

187......2fi2 M 

188 >m m 

18ftt — 1H7, *& 

KHJt lo* oo 

ItH^ oi*> on 

1 V Ad * * * . * 4fat I *ri.«i ■ ■ . . « *J*f 

1Q^* 919 *1A 

195* 216 .30 

iyo -< *, *zi o* ***»«+«tjU 
201. 2<W .40 

4«U*d .n,,.te'V),,, (ll **'*t" 

206 26.3 ^5 

207 2lwi 35 

209+ 187 .25 

210+ 187 25 

212+ 1H8 40 

213+ 1*s 40 

214+ W 40 

216+ 187 30 

220* 214 40 

221* 214 40 

222* 215 40 

223* 215 40 

224* 215 75 

99= # 91=^ trz 

&+ -^ *»..■■• +m^rx + • • m m ...i'-' 
«*-"i ■«*... ^' ^T «■■.•*#• **' J 

260* 216 75 

261* 216 75 

262* 214 .75 

263* 214 75 

265* 214 60 

266* 214 60 

UmAJ I » ■ 4. ault) i> J*J 

268* 213 35 

270* 215 75 



No, PaO». Price 

271* 215 .75 

272* 212 35 

273* 212 .35 

274* 212 .35 

977* \Mtf 7£ 

278* 216 .30 

279* 216 30 

282* 217 75 

2tNi 263 .35 

.301. 270 20 

302 270 .30 

«»))4 270 40 

'^W ^(I'lli|«t ..^IT^ 

ao« 27f» ;jo 

»i07.*.*..27<) j^0 

'{('^■••.••ZmI A'* 

310 270 ,30 

*rl lT»--«- I'"^*.»-..»^jU 

<> IZ**..*.Zi 0,...,».*ol ' 
i>lt>T»**-» l"' 1 '** itJv 

320 2<>4 in 

321 2tU 10 

322 264 10 

323 264 .10 

324 264 15 

326 204 15 

327 264 15 

328 2t>4 .35 

329 264........35 

'^r'n,,,, mm' f L W ttttillll V 

Km 212 50 

332* 249 1.25 

333 286 90 



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Index and Price List of Cuts. 



No. Page. Price 

lJ34 ' 231.* *>> 

335 280 75 

336 283 M 

337 281 40 

338f 208 75 

OuS) ...p.tZ'V) .' 5U 

341* 259 .75 

o4-i — ^ 1 **«DiJ 

343* 2(50 60 

344 2m 1.00 

346* 201 50 

**17 '/T'"* 7^ 

348*. ...261 75 

$49 277 1.00 

350* 262 50 

'-151 971 1 *?5 

352+ 216 25 

353+ 216 25 

*t04 ,*.«.»~,'J,.**pl . i^D 

355* 264 75 

356* 266 40 

357* 266 40 

KJ*J\J « * * * • •— " Kri** |( 1 | Mm* t 

OUlJ mx'JnK,,,,, ..Oil 

361* 243 25 

362* 266 75 

364* 266 60 

384* 233 75 

386t 208 35 

387* 238 40 

ooo ■..,*Z4U n/0 

389 285 1.00 

390f 197 1.00 

391* 241 75 

392* 242 75 

393 275 80 

394*"... 243 40 

395* 243 1.00 

397 265 15 

399* 247 30 

Fvv i a « p a • tort* * 4bj ■■■■■«* p*_7* 7 

401+.. ..208 1.00 

402 278 50 

403 2S4 30 

404 284 1.00 

405 .274 75 

406 275 75 

410 285 40 

412 285 40 

413 283... 40 

414 282 40 

415+.....210 40 

416 282 50 

417 182 50 

418t 211 40 

419+ 211 40 

4*jl .....—Of M*.it**W 

422 282 1.00 

424* 2]9 25 

41>>. 2JL..4, .„f>0 

426......270 50 

T*i • *-.»**tori|'r*** B »* B >| tj 

428 279 ..75 

429 276 1.25 



No. Page. Price 

430* 235 75 

*rOA iiTO*ttff*iilU 

432* 258 90 

T*>i) ti.ntfjO «iif)U 

434* 250 .25 

435* 241 75 

436 282 .60 

437 282 .70 

*T*J*S m m m * i»AM I • ••*•>* ii # tj 

439 282 50 

440- 256 50 

44P 265 30 

tt*w *. . ...wjl ♦.4U 

4-4* >T.* , * # «-i 'o.., *.. lf /Mj 

44 It 21 w 40 

445+.. ..208 40 

T*H J r * » * * ■ £A)*J i V tiii • j*t' / 

447t 2(>8 .40 

448t 216 1.25 

44i»* 259 1.50 

*T*Jl' u*mmm*£it ■ *••*•• *V-)l I 

IM 971 sn 

452* 256 40 

45.3 277 1.25 

454* 263 50 

+0 f ■ • » • • ■ Zt t I * , . * m * -*4U 

459 271 35 

400 271 35 

461 271 60 

465 2S1 40 

4<>0 281 90 

407 4> 7 7 *tt 

468* 2.% JJ5 

469. 281 25 

471 276 40 

472t 208 ..50 

173* 255. 40 

474* 262 ( K> 
475 280 m 

477* 241 60 

478* 233... 40 

470* 256 .90 

VjS f L* vJ 4-0 

mi °"s on 

t ■ 7 1 * + ».,.***• '^4i4iii ■« r* v 

tO*J ton 4i* IJ 4 * > ' • f ' • M J 

4o- > ' .•*.*. Zo 1 - 1( ) 

481 2: 13 90 

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rO I 4 • 4 ■ > _ r '*'■■■■«.». i*7 

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490* 258 75 

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493 283.. 40 

494* 249 40 

49*> ' ,.,*.Z4o. >5 

496 274 50 

"T* "' J Mf<tl J"'Mtlll ■•* "SO 

499t 212 75 

500* 238 20 

Mil* 9*-iK OR 

502 272 30 

503 272 30 

504... ...272 40 

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508 261 25 






No. Page. Price 

509* 249 1.00 

510 280 90 

511 273 1.25 

513 273 1.00 

514* 210 30 

515 287 75 

516t 197 1.25 

517* 242 40 

518* 254 1.00 

5191 212 1.25 

ULV ■>■•*• *—* M i<*,,.i t «w 7 

521 261 30 

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524. 261 25 

OZo +44*. j-ir^-T M.iilil/if 

526 280 50 

1527* 250 60 

528 279 ...75 

529 275 60 

531* 243 40 

532* 260 25 

533 278 40 

5&4.. 284 .40 

C9C* OKA tift 

W\ *'7K Oft 

5o7 ...,,«ix> »>() 

538 278 60 

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540* 265 .60 

541* 265 50 

04- 4.4* ¥ *tT\ 1-4 .-•* •,«lX/ 

543* 23S 75 

544* 265 40 

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548 2S6 1.00 

549 272 75 

550 272 75 

551 1 216 40 

552* 261 40 

*»!_> ,-l M 4,.,.,«|0 

554 272 75 

555 272 30 

556 272 30 

DDa .,,,. l J))> l , 1 ,, h<l /0 

559 262 75 

561* 217 .„75 

56S* 218 00 

509* 218 .60 

570 263 00 

580* 233 30 

581* 218 50 

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589t 21X5 .30 

590* 236 1.00 

591* 235 40 

592t 205 40 

593 276 7"> 

594 272 75 

£K/0 £Si 80 

597* 234 90 

599* 236 75 



No, Page* Price 

600* 230 40 

601* 230 40 

602* 232 1.25 

603* 233 1.25 

0<Ni* 230 1*0 

607 275 40 

608 2m 25 

<)09 276 1.00 

610* 236 35 

611* 236 .35 

613* 232 40 

619* 257 75 

620t 210 50 

621+ 210 50 

622+ 21(1 35 

623+ 210 35 

' '*#~T } wl I ...4**4 1*A/ 

t>4ijyF..*.*4*-li i. . . Jt „,„7D 
626+ 210 75 

'— * |4I41.U1 I44 4OU 

628+..... 210 35 

(*Z**1 *» . .* il 1 I444...MM-/ 

(530* 264 40 

032* 264 50 

633* 264 75 

634* 241 75 

I n M 7 * * p m m £aMj npiiifilU 
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6,37 27(i 75 

m 281 40 

646 284 ..75 

(U9 266 60 

(i90* 220 15 

091* 220 15 

(592* 220 15 

693* 220 15 

694* 220 15 

' J-*D ,,.. . *4.^/^....* , ,»ID 

,l *^' *-*-w *«tj 

697* 220 25 

698* 220 25 

699* 220 25 

700* 220 20 

701* 220 20 

7O2*....220 15 

703* 220 15 

704 265 20 

705 261 15 

7(H)* 220 15 

707* 220 15 

708* 220 15 

709* 220 20 

710* 220 20 

711* 220 15 

712* 220 90 

71 *}# *>*H\ 9ft 

* *■ ' ' •■•44 *W ai#". ' 1 ■ • * 4 a * ■ 4W* / 

714 2(i5 25 

I l p '»4j«ai. ^" ** ' ■ ■ ■ * • * * 14**' jP 

I I (J ,1 ■* *j£t.^vJ., . « * p « . ^1 
717* 9*>i) 9|| 

718* 220 20 

719* 220 20 

720* 220 25 

721* 220 25 

722* 220 25 

723* 220 25 

724* 220 25 

725. 265 25 

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No. Page. Prick 

727 265 .20 

728* 220 20 

729* 220 20 

730* 220 30 

731* 220 25 

732 265 25 

733* 220 .30 

734 2(51 20 

735* 221 .20 

736* 221 20 

737* 221 20 

738* 221 20 

1 * 7 < ■ ■ * 4 . * * 4 •»*' ^ '«••*•*•* J.I7 

740* 221 15 

III ** *» 4 *j**4P*l *••■>••• X-<;J 

742 265 15 

743* 'Wl "?0 

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745 2(55 20 

746* 221 20 

f IMC Mlpllltlllll ■HjF 

74S 2^5 25 

It*' •• •*«J!-<»&1 •■«« * ** *«40 

7ftfi.„.„2»iT> 25 

I Wl 4*4. .44^44^ !«.••••« I-V " 

I '-7*jJ 44> « 4l * #jJ * J4> 1 ••*>•«««• «*J4«- 7 

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754* 221 15 

755 265 25 

I Qt * ' . * • . • 4. mm 1 < • . * . , * 4 4i.' ' 

757* 221. .25 

758 265 .20 

7«50 265 20 

it) I Zul,, —»> 

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I 1 F.™ 44444 mm mm A. * . ■ ■ * • *.M* * 

| 171 f ■*>««■ 4>*>*M 1,1444111 4>4»* 7 

764* 221 :^0 

7(m 2(v5 m 

7»>i* 221 .30 

7b7 226 30 

768* 221 25 

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I I '7 *«**4^ l II !.■■■»«» 4J4WV7 

77 1 ^: 9*h? Vft 

I I ♦- 4***4 *■****■» ****** ^U 

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77;;^ : k »***> fc 7(i 

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774* 222 15 

775* 222 'H\ 

I I r * .•••* H' I II 1 m m m * m m * * **• * r 

776 266 20 

777 265 20 

778* *W 20 

I W V** •• • 4 4 *4*4 44 4*4flfl»*A*«a^' 

I J |f i 4-**ji, £r' P.** ■ * * ■ * v * *tipi' " 

780* 222 20 

781 2(55 25 

782* 222 20 

I J mm i4 ti iMV^>iii tt* nHv 

7s:^* , > t> * > lis 

I ^-" * 4 4 4*4 to— to4itort ***.4*»4i*' 

784* 222 15 

1 B^ • 4 ■ • . toto tort tort ***** ■«•■.' 

I ' jO M «M«Ha **•*>• ft AO 

786* 222 15 

787 265 20 

788* '>*>*> 1 '"\ 

I ' * ■ 4 4 * ■ 4 •** "44 toJ l#l»B**lJ. *_7 

789* 222 15 

790* 222 15 

791* 222 15 

792 266 25 

793 266 20 

794 266 .25 

795 266 25 

796 2(56 20 

797 266 20 



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Index and Price List of Cuts. 



"No. Paob. Pmci 

798 266 .20 

799 266 JO 

800 266 .20 

801 266 20 

802*....222 15 

803* 222. 30 

804*....222. JO 

805*„...222. 30 

806 265 35 

807*~...222 15 

809 266 .30 

810 265 .20 

811 265 JO 

812. 266 -30 

813 266 .30 

814*«...236 35 

815 265 .20 

816*„...248 .25 

817 265 .25 

818*....250 35 

819* 229 JO 

820*„...245 30 

821t 216 .30 

822*....245 15 

823 265 .20 

824 265 .25 

825 265 .25 

826 265 35 

827 265 .20 

828*....252. .15 

829 265 30 

830* 247 .30 

831* 247 .30 

832* 247 .20 

833*.....247 .30 

834*.....247 35 

8% 265 35 

836 266 .30 

837 266 25 

838 266 .20 

839 266 35 

840 266 .30 

841 266 .20 



No. Paob. Pmcb 

842K....191 .30 

843 268 „50 

844 269 .35 

845 266 .20 

846 268 -30 

847 270 „40 

848 266 25 

849 268 ..40 

850f- 191 ..40 

851 269 .50 

852. 269 75 

853 26$ .35 

854-...269 .50 

855 268 .50 

856*.....226 .50 

857 268 .40 

858 268 .45 

859 268 „60 

860 268 J50 

861 268 .75 

862 269 1.00 

863 268 .75 

864 269 .75 

865 268 1.00 

866 269.....1.00 

867......26S 1.00 

868 >69 .60 

869 270 .35 

870. 269 .35 

871 267 .35 

872 269 35 

873 267 -SO 

874 270 .75 

875 269 .30 

876 267 .35 

877 267 .60 

m 267 .30 

879 270 .50 

880 267 .40 

881 269 .35 

882 269 .30 

883 266 .30 

885 266 .40 

89St 211 75 



No. Paob. Pmcb 

899 279 1.00 

900 279 1.00 

901*....236 20 

905 261 JO 

906 261 JO 

907 266 .25 

908 267 .35 

909 267 .35 

910 267 .50 

911 267 .50 

912 267 .50 

913 267 35 

914 267 .35 

915 267 .50 

916 267 ,50 

917 267 .50 

920 277 .50 

925 274 1.00 

930 269 75 

940* 230 J5 

941*....237 30 

942*"...237 JO 

943*....230 JO 

944* 232 30 

945* 232 .20 

946*....237 30 

947*....236 30 

948 287 .30 

949 287 .30 

950* 229 .30 

951*....229 20 

952* 229 .25 

954*....229 .30 

955 265 35 

956 265 25 

957*.....232 .20 

958*....232 .30 

959 287 .25 

960t 205 .35 

961 287 .60 

962 275 75 

963* 232 .75 

964* 231 .25 

I 965*... J37 .30 



No. Paob. Pmcb 

966... ..273 .75 

967*...218 „50 

968*...217 J50 

969„...279 1.00 

970-...272. ..75 

971*...218 „40 

973.....2K7 1.00 

974....287....J.00 

975 287 .75 

976*...231 1.00 

977...J63 40 

978...J79 1.00 

979*...237 a5 

9oU.»..»£vj .«70 

981*...218 .50 

982*...229 1.00 

983.....2H7 .75 

9W*...231...„1.00 
985t...l97.....1.00 

986t...l97 1.00 

987t...l97 .75 

yOaf^ ...£>7 ...... «70 

&JU....*Z7«>......m«R> 

«7*7l....«Z7t5........7o 

992*...230 1.00 

994*...230 .35 

995*...235 .30 

999„...267 30 

1000.....280 ,35 

1001....280 .40 

100SL...280 -35 

i(JUo»...ZnU.... . .,"$0 

10O4....280 90 

1005.....275 1.00 

1006....285 60 

1007 W5.....1.00 

1022.....264 30 

1023 2f4 -30 

1024 280 85 

1025....283 1.00 

1026.....282 .85 

1027 284 90 

1028...J81 ,35 

W30.....280 .65 



No. Paob. Pinct 

1035...J69 75 

1045...J76 35 

1157t...212. 90 

1461 277 40 

1489*...218 60 

1530*...240 35 

25*6...J83«.1.00 

2694t.»212 90 

2776 278 75 

2815*...239—1.25 
2846...J71......50 

2W7*...253 50 

2914...J71-.J.25 

2965...J70 35 

30S1*...250 75 

3297... J63 .50 

3345*...263 35 

3421...J77—1.25 

3485*...228 75 

3486*...228 75 

3614*...S8^J.OO 

3622*...256 90 

3663...J64 25 

3664...J64 25 

3665...J&4 40 

3666...J&* 40 

3667...J64 60 

3668... J64......60 

3672*...265..«1.25 

3678*...254 35 

10116...J62 40 

10117...J62 40 

10U8...J62 40 

10119....270 50 

10129 280 75 

10228...J81 10 

10300t...208 40 

10305 285....1.00 

10308*...211 40 

10309...J70 25 



Index and Price List of Metal Corners. 



No. Pace. Price 

1 245 .20 

2 245 .20 

3 .245 .20 

4t 166 .30 

5* 191 30 

6* 191 .20 

7t 166 .50 

8* 191 .30 

9 245 35 

10t 167 .40 

12f 167 .40 



No. Paob. Pmcb 

13 3A5 35 

14* 192 .40 

15 245 35 

16* 191 25 

l7t 166 50 

18 .245 30 

19* 191 25 

21 .245 25 

22 245 .30 

23* 191 .30 

24t 166 30 



No. Page. Price 

25 .245 .30 

26t 167 .30 

27t 167 .30 

28t 166 30 

29 245 40 

30 .245 25 

31 .245 30 

32 245 30 

33* 192 30 

35 .245 30 

37 245 30 



No. Page. Price 

39f\....167 .75 

55+ 166 25 

112t 166 .25 

114* 191 .40 

121* 192 .30 

131 245 30 

138* 191 .50 

151 245 50 

152 245 ,50 

155* 192 ,50 

166t 166 30 



No. Paob. Price 

181 245 .20 

182 245 JO 

183 245 .40 

184t 167 .50 

185 245 „50 

635 245 .25 

636 245 25 

637*.....191 25 

&38 245 .25 

t>40 245 .25 



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15A, 50a. 6 Point Schwabacher. $1.95 

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ISA, 50a. 8 Point Schwabacher. $2.65 

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12A, 40a. 10 Point Schwabacher. $2.20 

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9A, 30a. 12 Point Schwabacher. $2.35 

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9A, 30a. 14 Point Schwabacher. $3.20 

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5A, 15a, 22 Point Schwabacher. $3.15 

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45 Das tabtbudf ber Keligton 



5A, 15a. 30 Point Schwabacher. $3.85 

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4A, 10a. 36 Point Schwabacher* **-50 

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4A, 10a. 48 Point Schwabacher. $6.95 

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15A, 50a. 6 Point German Title. $2.25 

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15A, 50a. 8 Point German Title. 83.35 

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12A, 40a. 10 Point German Title. $3.00 

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9A, 30a. 12 Point German Title. $3.00 

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7A, 20a. 18 Point German Title. $3.70 

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7 A, 20a. 22 Point German Titlk. $5.20 

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4x4, 10a. 28 Point German Title. $4.20 

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8 A, 10a. 36 Point German Title. $6.70 

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4A, 10a. 44 Point German Title. $10.15 




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15A, 50a. 6 Point Modern Fraktub. $2.09 

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15A, 50a. 8 Point Modern Fraktur. $2.30 

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12A, 40a. 10 Point Modern Fraktur. $2.25 

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12A, 40a. 12 Point Modern Fraktur. $3.00 

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6A, 20a, 18 Point Modern Fraktur. $2.70 

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6A, 20a, 22 Point Modern Fraktur. &-Wy 

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5A f 15a. 28 Point Modern Fraktur. $4.90 

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4A, 10a. 40 Point Modern Fraktur, $6.55 

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15A, 50a. 6 Point German Title Condensed. $2.00 

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15 A, 50a. 8 Point German Title Condensed. $2.50 

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15A, 50a. 12 Point German Title Condensed. $3.60 

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9A, 30a. 18 Point German Title Condensed. $3.90 

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8A, 25a. 20 Point German Title Condensed. $4.50 

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Cleveland Type Foundry \ 64 Cleveland^ Ohio. 



7 A, 20a. 28 Point German Title Condensed. * $6.05 

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5A, 15a. 36 Point German Title Condensed. $6.50 

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4 A, 10a. 40 Point German Title Condensed. 86.40 

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4A, 10a. 48 Point German Title Condensed. $9.20 





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3 A, 6a. 60 Point German Title Condensed. $8.55 





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48Ai 20a, 200ft. 12 Point Poster Ionic. . $13.80 

THE COMPOSING STICK 

The System Mathematical Printing 



Previous to 1480, when the composing 
stick was introduced, the method of com- 

gosition was by taking the letters direct 
*om the boxes, and placing them side by 
side in a coffin made of hard wood, with a 
stout bottom, and kept tight when com- 
pleted by means of screws at the foot. 
The earliest press of which we have any 
account is a kind of screw, with a contri- 
vance for bringing the forms under the 
pressure. This rude instrument contin- 

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24A, 10a, 100a. 18 Point Postkr Ionic. $12.00 

A NOBLE LETTER 

Full of Expression and Grace. 

Bears a kind of mean propor- 
tion between the more solid 
and delicate orders. There is 
both delicacy and ingenuity dis- 
played in this type, the inven- 
tion of which is attributed to 
one who was skilled in his craft. 
It has a more agreeable and ele- 

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10A, 10a, 60a. 24 Point Poster Ionic. $12.30 

WESTERN TYPE 

MADE FOB ALT. SECTIONS 

OF THE COUNTRY 



This attractive series is 
capable of speaking its 
own praise, and needs to 
be merely glanced at to 
measure its worth. As a 

type for GOOD DISPLAY it 

cannot be surpassed, es- 
pecially if it agrees with 
the taste of the customer 
who desires WORK done. 
It is a general favorite of 
tasty printers because it 
is so useful in all work 
plain or colored. 

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75A, 30a, 350a. 8 Point Poster Antique. $15.00 

WOOD ENGRAVINGS. 

American Society of Wood Engbaving. 



This society represents the highest skill and the most per- 
fect work in wood engraving that has ever been attained in any 
country. No other art has made such progress in modern 
times, and the wonderful developments in this have been 
brought about mainly by Americans. They have found and 
worked out, within the last twenty years, more possibilities in 
the simple technical processes of drawing on blocks and print- 
ing from them, than had been discovered by their predecessors 
in three and a half centuries since Durer. A number of favor- 
ing circumstances have conspired to accomplish this interest- 
ing advance. American publishers and American readers have 
always had a strong liking for illustrations in their books and 
periodicals, and it was one of the earliest ambitions of the first 
publishers of popular books to make their wares attractive by 
this means. $12,346,678.00 

60A, 25a, 275a. 10 Point Poster Antique. $15.00 

RESTORATION OF VALUABLE BOOKS 

Best Leather Bindings Become Dilapidated 

the "making up" process 

A curious art, in which there are two or three 
experts in London, retained by the British Museum, 
although their talents are at the general service, is 
that of " making up "—a phrase apparently borrow- 
ed from the theatrical profession. But this art has 
no connection with the stage, except in so far as it 
sometimes concerns itself with the old folios of 
Shakespeare. The art of " making up " consists in 
supplying missing leaves or pages in rare old vol- 
umes, either in facsimilie or from other damaged or 
imperfect copies. A leaf of the first four folios of 
Shakespeare is worth about $3 and a frontispiece 
$50. It is difficult to procure them at $1234567890 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 68 Cleveland, Ohio. 



48A, 20a, 200a. 12 Point Poster Antique. $13.75 

TYPE OP CIVILIZATION 

Clean Cut, Sharp, Legible and Bold 

The general whose name rings in every 
ear, and thrills a nation with pride, does 
not become a hero by lofty conceptions 
alone, but by the patient acquisition of 
military details, and incessant, business- 
like care for the food, dress, and health of 
his men. Ten thousand tedious trifles at- 
tended to— ten thousand orders given and 
disappointments borne 

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20A V 10a, 100a. 18 Point Poster Antique $12.50 

WHITE BEASS TYPE 

Our Original Copper Alloy, 

The composition of the various 

ingredients and the proper way 

to effect their unity or affinity, 

are known only to our experts. 
By the use of which we secure 

sharpness of face and toughness 

unparalleled. 

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Cleveland Type Foundry, 69 Cleveland^ Ohio. 



20A, 10a, 60a. 22 Poikt Poster Antique. fl&30 

WITHOUT BEING 

Unkind to the Women 

Very few of them know 



how to wash their face, not 
only so they will be clean, 
but so that the skin will re- 
main white, firm and tight, 
this tightness $123456 



10A, 5a, 42a. 28 Point Poster Antique. $11.50 

HERB DRUCKBR 

Be it known to those 

who desire more light, 
in regard to Printers' 
material and tools that 
e make almost every 
thing necessary 6789 

Cleveland Type Foundry \ 70 Cleveland, Ohio 



6A, 4a, 22a. 36 Point Poster Antique. $12.50 

J. B. SMITH, 

Fish Merchant 



the BEST 



This is not an ad- 
vertisement, it is 
a specimen page, 
yet it is the truth 
told in plain and 
bold letter. 



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Cleveland Type Foundry, 71 Cleveland t Ohio. 



60A, 25a, 350a. 8 Point Poster Commercial, . $11.50 

THE FATE OF THE COWARDLY OLD FARMER. 

The Following Story was Recently Related by Bob Burdette 

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A Farmer down in Pennsylvania went to the well one hot day to 
draw water, and when the old oaken bucket rose from the well all 
dripping with coolness, a large Snake raised his head from its moss 
covered depths and looked at the man with the air of a snake that was 
powerfully glad to get up into the sunshine again. The farmer "hollered " 
and let go all holts. The windlass flew around like a buzz saw. The 
handle caught the man Two Most Awful Blows before he could dodge, 
breaking his jaw, knocking out three teeth and making him bite his 
tongue clear in two. When the hired man descended the wall and cap- 
tured the snake, it was only an eel that not only had no idea of biting the 
farmer, but was rather a good thing to bite itself. So they bit it. 

Moral: It is a good deal better to stand still and get bit than to run 
and get slugged. 



60A, 25a, 250a. 10 Point Poster Commercial. £12.25 

HOW HE. LOVED HIS YOUNGER BROTHER 
Remarkable Story of a Brother's Unselfish Loye 

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" Mabel," said Henry, and in spite of his effort to con- 
trol himself his voice was tremulous, and he spoke with 
the air of timid desperation which marks the elocution of 
a man about to ask for the loan of $5. "Mabel, I do not 
kneel at your feet " (and he wasn't, he was sitting bolt up- 
right on the sofa) " to plead for myself, I come here only 
to beg you to think of my younger brother, George. He — 
he loves you dearly, Mabel, and should you refuse his 
plea, I tremble for the consequences. He wants a Sister- 
in-law, one who will be a true sister to him. Will you 
not be one to him? " We go to press too early to give her 
answer, but we hope it was yes, for George's sake. 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 72 Cleveland, Ohio. 



48A, 20a, 20Oa. 12 Point Poster Commercial. $11.25 

A REMARKABLE SNAKE STORY 

How a Mexican Reptile Defied the Lightning 

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A family in San Luis Potosi possessed a very 
fine rattlesnake. They had captured it by means 
of a forked stick when it was a baby, and had 
succeeded in domesticating it. In the course of 
years it grew to be fourteen feet long, and was 
tame and very playful. It became very much at- 
tached to its master and would follow him about 
the house like a dog. During the recent storm in 
San Luis many houses were struck by lightning. 
Nobly determined to die for its benefactor it 



23A, 10a, 125a. 18 Point Postbr Commercial. 811.75 

CRAWLED ON THE TOP 

Of the Chimney and Stood on End. 

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The electricity attracted by this liv- 
ing lightning rod reduced to ashes the 
nohle reptile and also the house. There 
is no use in letting the newspapers have 
a monopoly on these snake stories. I'm 
something of a liar myself. 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 73 Cleveland, Ohio, 



10 A, 5a, 42a, 28 Poist Poster Commercial. 19.75 

WELL HEELED 

The Cooking School Girl 

Where are you going my 
pretty fair maid? I'm com- 
ing from cooking school, sir, 
she said. Loud laughed the 
rude man, hut she shut up 
his head, for she laid him 
out cold with a boulder of 
new hread. 

The way of the trans- 
gressor is truly a hard road 
to travel. 

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Cleveland Type Foundry, 74 Cleveland* Ohio. 



10A, 20a. 18 Point Old Style Italic, No. 3. 83.10 

ARTISTIC PAINTING 

Astonishing Architectural Monuments 

Remarkable 23 Performers 



8A, 16a. 22 Point Old Sttlk Italic, No. 3. $3.80 

DANGER SIGNAL 

Commonplace 34 Conversation 
National Exhibition 



8A, 16a. 24 Point Old Style Italic, No. 3. $4.25 

EVEN KITES 

4 Ratish Justice Courts 6 



5A f 10a. 32 Point Old Style Italic, No. 3. $5.00 

73 ROUTE short 



3A, 6a. 44 Point Old Style Italic, No. 3. $6.00 

FINE Guns 68 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 75 Cleveland, Ohio. 



20A, 20a, 100a. 6 Point Roman, tf o. 3. $3.00 

HOW LIKE A PICTURE COMES THE PAST AGAIN 
With various scenes of pleasure and of pain, a* musing in the lonely smoking-car, I sit and 

speed toward home, from care afar. 
Sweet Memory of Childhood Days and Home with Mother 

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18A, 18a, 70a. 8 Point Roman, No. 3. $2.90 

BROAD BLACK WASTE OF SPACE WAS BORN 
The arch of heaven was burst to the day, the sun leapt up and the gods were 

born, and Chaos the father passed away. 
We all Drink op the Water of Life's Clear Fountain 

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14A, 14a, 60a. 10 Point Roman, No. 3. $2.95 

WHO ARE THE GREATEST AND HOW IS IT 

Known? Some wear no laurels that should wear a crown. Some 

hold positions they ought not to hold, 
Brass can be Polished to Glitter like Gold. 

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10A, 10a, 52a. 12 Point Roman, No. 3. $3.25 

THE WISDOM OF THE PEOPLE 

Those who apply themselves too much to little things 

become incapable of great ones 
Very Few People are Qualified to be Old 

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Cleveland Type Foundry, 76 Cleveland, Ohio. 



20A, 20a, 100a. 6 Point Old Style, No. 4. $3.01 

WE APPRECIATE IT AND SYMPATHIZE WITH HIM 
The melancholy days have come, The saddest of the year, When the high-priced Whiskey 

Punches Take the place of Lager Beer. 
Go to the Land op Orange Blossoms Where they never Shovel Snow 

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18A, 18a, 70a. 8 Point Old Style, No. 4. $2.90 

AND NEITHER THE ANGELS IN HEAVEN ABOVE, 
Nor the demons down under the sea, Can ever dissever my soul from the soul 

Of the beautiful Annabel Lee 
The Eldest of the Present, and Newest of the Past 

■ 

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14A, 14a, 60a. 10 Point Old Style, No. 4. $2.95 

MY TOUGH LANCE THRUSTETH SURE 
Permutation ; that is, immediate inference by privative conception. 

The people gazed with horror 
Indeed, Plato, thou Reasonest Well 

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10A, 10a, 52a. 12 Point Old Style, No. 4. $3.25 

HE IS A PLAIN, HONEST MAN 
In the parliament of man, the federation of the world 

To what base uses may we be put. 
Jimmy Quits his Righteous Acts, but Jumps High. 

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Cleveland Type Foundry \ 77 Cleveland, Ohio, 



12A» $1.70. 20a, 81.50. 18 Point Old Style, No. 2. CompW^Ftmt; $3.20 

THE STARRY NINE 

There are for all Three Cardinal Virtues 
Then Reach the Golden Shore 

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10A, $1.70. 18a, $1.65. 24 Point Old Style, No. 2. Complete Font, $3.35 

TRUE AND RASH 

Silent Quilp Wonders why Goats 
Emigrated from far Angora 

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7A, $2.15, 10a, $1.75. 30 Point Old Style, No. 2. Complete Font, $3.90 

TRUMPETS 

Loudly Sound a Charge 

Pleasant Company 

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Cleveland Type Foundry, 78 Cleveland, Ohio. 



6A, $2.85. 8a, $2.20. 36 Point Old Style, No. 2. Complete Font, $5.05 

MASTERS 

The Queer Institute 

Crystal Slipper 

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4A, $3.70. 6a, $3.15. 48 Point Old Stylk, No. 2. Complete Font, $6.85 

NOTES 

Rightful Tried 
34 Song 89 

Cleveland Type Foundry ; 79 Cleveland, Ohio. 



10A,20a. 18 Point Caxton Old Style. $3.65 

REVENUE CUTTER 
Hunting for Seal in Alaskan 

324 Territory 579 



8A, 16a. 24 Point Caxton Old Style. $4.90 

BITTER TALK 

Nine Female Lawyers 

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6A t 12a. 30 Point Caxton Old Style. $5.15 

RUDIMENTS 

Fund of Rhymes 27 



5A, 10a. 36 Point Caxton Old Style. 86.70 

MINERAL 
86 Bank Loans 



Cleveland Type Foundry ; 80 Cleveland, Ohio. 



4A, 8a. 48 Point Caxton Old Stylk. $9.10 

STRING 

Met Fate 27 



3A, 6a. 60 Point Caxton Old Style. $10.50 

BRISK 



1 

Hat 26 Pin 



3A, 5a. 72 Point Caxton Old Style. 815.50 

REad 68 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 81 Cleveland, Ohio. 



6 Point French Old Style. 

48A, 24a, 96a. $3.85 

SUSPENSE AND SILENCE 

Forlorn Little Maidens Cease Your Singing 

What Noisy Crowds Are There 

Unheeded 234,687 Departure 



10 Point French Old Style. 

BOA, 16a, 60a. |8.95 

CAN YOU WISH 
Desolately to Lunch on Bears 

While Friends Hunger 

Cheer 486 Croak 



8 Point Frkkch Old Style. 

*0A, 20a, 80m. |4.40 

ROAMING AROUND 
Barefooted Children Picking Tacks 

AND BITTERLY CRYING RATS 

Vigilant 567 Officials 

12 Point French Old Style. 

SOA, 16a, «0a. |4.«0 

SLEEPING SOUND 

Whilst Learned Burglars 

Burgle Gheffonier 

Come 123 Back 



18A. 36a. 



16 Point French Old Style. 



$5.00 



NEW FADS IN CRAVATS 



The Rather Stuffily Fastened Darlings 

Ghokers 458 Hangers 



14A, 20a. 



18 Point French Old Style. 



$4.30 



WATER RATES 



Diamond Dealers and Rascality 
Novelties 758 Realized 



10A, 20a. 



24 Point French Old Style. 



«6.75 



SEEK FOR GOLD 
Grab Bonds and Stocks 

Run 354 Hop. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



82 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



tf A, 12a. 90 Point French Old Style. $5.75 

FIRE HIGH 
Lovliest 854 Burning 



5A, 10a. 36 Point French Old Style. $6.50 

RAIL RIDE 
Gruff 364 Dudes 



4A, 8a. 48 Point French Old Style. $8.00 

Race 13 TIPS 



3A, 6a. 60 Point French Old Style. $10.50 

BID not 48 



3A. 4a. 72 Point French Old Style. $14.00 

FIE Hit 3 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 83 Cleveland, Ohio. 



32A t 64a. 8 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 2. $2.65 

HEADQUARTERS LADIES' DRESS REFORM CLUB 

Members will Hereafter, when Visiting Places of Amusement, Refrain from 

Wearing Towering Bonnets and Hats, with Soaring Plumage 67 

20A, 40a. 10 Point Old Style Condensed, No, 2. $2.05 

ENFORCED SALE OF LADIES' HEADGEAR 

Owing to Resolutions Passed by the Ladies' Dress Reform Club, and 

43 the Unexpected Demands from our Creditors 57 

20A, fl.15. 30a, $1.05. 12 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 2. Complete Font, $2.20 

WHATEVER YOU DO, MY BOY, DO WELL 

Begin at the Bottom and Work up to the Top, ever Striving 

Despair Not 1234567890 Struggle 

14A, $1.45. 22a, $1.35. 18 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 2. Complete Font, $2.80 

TO REACH THE LOFTIEST 
Pinnacle of Fame and Honorable Wealth 

$12,345 See 678.90 

8A, $1.75. 12a, $1.50. 24 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 2. Complete Font, $3.25 

YES, BUT, FATHER, 

The Young 3456 Man Answer 

6A, $2.25. 8a, $1.80. 36 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 2. Complete Font, $4.05 

NOW SUPPOSE 



Drilling 678 For Well 




Cleveland Type Foundry t 84 Cleveland^ Ohio, 




3A, $1.70. 5a, $1.45. 42 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 2. Complete Font, $3.15 

IN NATURAL 

Gas Country. See! 

3A, 6a. 48 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 2. $5.75 

MOCKING 

General 28 Sport 

3A, 6a. 60 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 2. $7.95 

DESIRED 

Great 68 Rush 



3A, 8a. 72 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 2. $9,50 

BIG 28 Men 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 85 Cleveland, Ohio, 



12 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 4. 

25A, 40a. $2.40. 

BETTER A LINE OF SENSE 
Than a Whole Page of Nonsense 



18 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 4. 

20A,30a. |3.30. 

WANT OF MONEY 
Is the Root of Much £vu 



15A, 20a. 



24 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 4. 

PENS AND INK OUT OF REACH 



83.60 



Very Often Will Avoid a Serious Breach 

10A f 15a. 36 Point Old Style Condensed, No, 4. $4.50 

EGOTISM'S ALPHABET 

Contains Only One Little Letter 

6A, 10a. 40 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 4. $4.05 

THE TIMID Al BRAVE 

Are Equal in the Silent Grave 



6A, 10a. 



48 Point Old Style Condensed, No. 4. 



$5.60 




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Heroes 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 




Immortal Fame 



86 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



20A, 90.90. 30a, 10.85. 8 Point Commercial. Complete Font, $J .75 

* 

WHEN BEDTIME COMES, AND CURTAINS FALL, AND 
Round I go the Doors to Lock, before lamps go out my wife doth call, 

"Remember, my dear, to wind the clock." 

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16A, $0.90. 24a, $0.90. 10 Point Commercial. Complete Font, fl.80 

WHEN BOOTS ARE OFF, AND FOR 
The day all Irksome cares are put away, I hear wife's 

voice from dreamland say, 
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12A, *0£0. 20a, $0.90. 12 Point Commercial. Complete Font, $1.80 

"BE SURE YOU PUT THE KITTEN 

Out." When stretched between the sheets I lie 

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10A, $1.25. 16a, fl.25. 18 Point Commercial. Complete Font, $2.50 

AND HEAVY LIDS HAVE 

Ceased to wink, from Trundle-bed there 

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6A, tl.65. 12a, $2.00. 28 Point Commercial. Complete Font, $3.65 

COMES THIS CRY 

"Pa, I want a water dwink." 

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Cleveland Type Foundry \ 87 Cleveland \ Ohio, 



24A, 81.00. 36a, $1.00. 6 Point Old Style Antique. Complete Font, $2.00 

A HARTFORD, CONNETICUT, MAN SENT HIS BOY INTO 
The Country Equipped with a Woodchuck Trap, Fishing Tackle, Qun and Other 

Appliances for Enjoying his Vacation of a few weeks, 

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20A, $1.00. 32a, $0.90. 8 Point Old Style Antique. Complete Font, $1.90 

AND TOLD HIM TO HAVE A GOOD TIME AND 
Enjoy Himself, but to be sure and attend Church on Sunday. The boy 

Promised to Observe the Instructions of the 

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18A, $1.15. 24a, $1.00. 10 Point Old Style Antique. Complete Font, $2.15 

FATHER AND STARTED OFF WITH 
Light Heart, Thinking of the Weeks of Solid Sport he 

Was going to have during his long 

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14A, $1.15. 22a, $1.00. 12 Point Old Style Antique. Complete Font, $2.15 

VACATION. THE FIRST LETTER 
Received from the boy said: Dear Papa, I have 

Caught a Woodchuck. It was a 

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14A, $2.15. 20a, $1.95. 18 Point Old Stylk Antique. Complete Font, $4.10 

SKUNK. DID NOT GO 
To Church. Yours Affectionately, 

What is' in a Name 
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Cleveland Type Foundry, 88 Cleveland, Ohio. 



22A. 10 Point Two-Link, No. 10. $1.50 

UNSOUNDED BY $23 



16A. 11 Point Two-Link, No. 10. $1.36 

23 BUILDING AIK 



16A. 12 Point Two-Link, No. 10. $1.50 

$123 LITTLE LUXTJKY OF LIFE 

12A. 16 Point Two-Link, No. 10. $1.50 

WHERE SHADOWS ARE 278 



12A. 



18 Point Two-Link, No. 10. 



$1.90 



PEACH-LIKE BLOSSOM 56 



8A. 



24 Point Two-Link, No. 10. 



$2.10 



HUMAN SLAVES 34 



6 Point Two-Link Condensed, No. 5. 

36A. $1.55 

EDITORIAL CONVENTION 

MEETING OF EMINENT WRITERS 189 

10 Point Two-Line Condensed, No. 5. 
24A. $1.30 

ANCIENT HISTORY 
WONDERFUL RECORD 17 



12 Point Two-Line Condensed, No. 5. 
24A. $2.20 

BEAUTIFUL 
PICTURE FRAME 7 



8 Point Two-Line Condensed, No. 5. 
24A. ;$1.40 

WESTERN PRAIRIES 
IMMENSE STOCK RANCHES, 8 

11 Point Two-Line Condensed, No. 5. 
24A. $1.85 

EDUCATIONAL 
PUBLIC LIBRARIES 14 

16 Point Two-Line Condensed, So. 5. 
18A. $2.00 

COLUMBIAN 
INDEPENDENCE 3 



16A. 



18 Point Two-Line Condensed, No. 5. 



$2.00 



FARMERS' POULTRY JOURNAL 25 



12A. 



20 Point Two-Line Condensed, No. 5. 



$2.25 



MANCHESTER BUDGET 84 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



89 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



36A. 6 Point Half Title. $1.75 

TELE RICH SHOULD LOVE THE POOR, AND THE POOR SHOULD 

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26A. 8 Point Half Title. $1.60 

D^N'T FEAB THE GHOST OF A PAIR OF TROWSERS 

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24A. 10 Point Half Titia $1.70 

THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME 

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16A. 12 Point Half Title. $1.70 

IS A REALM WITHOUT A KING 

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18A, $1.05. 32a, $1.20. 6 Point Light Face Extended. Complete Font, $2.25 

WHAT A GLORIOUS WORLD THIS WOULD 
Be if* all tlie Inhabitants Could say, with Wm. £1234567890 

18A, $1.35. 30a, $1.30. 8 Point Light Face Extended. Complete Font, $2.65 

I CAN EARN THAT I EAT, GET 
567 That I Wear; I owe no Man Hate; 890 

16A, $1.60. 26a, $1.35. 10 Point Light Face Extended. Complete Font, $2.95 

OTHER MEN'S GOOD, 
1&3 Content with my Harm. But 456 

10A, $1.40. 18a, $1.40. 12 Point Light Face Extended. Complete Font, 12.80 

THEIR LOT, NEVEE 
345 Sighing for that they 678 

7A, $2.15. 14a, $2.00. 18 Point Light Face Extended. Complete Font, $4.15 






Cleveland Type Foundry, 90 Cleveland* Ohio. 



6 Point Titlk, No. 4. 

24 A, $1.10. 48*, $1.20. Complete Pont, $2.30 

THE OTHER DAT 

Teach Scholars the Evils and Folly 

SI 2,345 Shone Faster 678.90 



7 Point Titlk, No. 4. 

SOA, 60a. $3.00. 

LADIES OP FADVIIiliE 

Have Open a Grand Emporium 

23 Ostrich Plumes 45 



20A, $1.15. 36a, $1.25. 8 Point Titlk, No. 4. Complete Font, $2.40 

HIBERNIAN, FRESH FROM THE EMERALD 
Isle 9 who was Listening with Much Attention, said that 

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18A, $1.20. 32a, $1.30. 10 Point Titlk, No. 4. Complete Font, $2.50 

RIGHT BUT WAS PERPLEXED 
Continued Remark 235,567 But the Witty Boy 

14A, $1.35. 26a, $1.65. 12 Point Titlk, No. 4. Complete Font, $3.00 

EMBARRASSMENT, WE 
Don't Have to $123,45 Neither Should 



24A, 48a. &A Point Fulj, Face, No. 3. $2.75 

1ST FIVE HUNDRED YEARS, SAYS A CRAZY WRITER THE 1*345 

Incomprehensible Future Discussions 

24A, 48a. 6 Point Full Face, No. 3. $2.55 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS, BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Are Earnestly and Specially Called Upon 3456 

24A f 48a. 7 Point Full Face, No. 3. $2.80 

COMIC AND SENTIMENTAL WARBLERS FROM GEORGIA 

Songs, Fog; Horn Accompaniments 123345 

24A, 48a. 8 Point Full Face, No. 3. $3.25 

LOVELY MAIDENS, YOUTH, BEAUTY, WIT AND 

Desirable Combinations 12345 



18A, 36a. 



10 Point Full Face, No. 3. 



$2.75 



THE LANDLORDS LOVE HIGH RENTS, LOW 
Taxes, Model Tenants, Improvements 7 8 



12A, 24a. 



12 Point Full Face, No. 3. 



$2.60 



CITY OF SAX FRANCISCO CLIQUE 

And Break in Political 345 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



91 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



24A, 48a. 6 Point Bold Face Italic. $2.25 

SURE CUBE FOB WEAK, PAINFUL KIDNEYS 
Back Ache, Side Ache, Shooting Bains Rheumatism, Coughs, Colds 123436 

24A, 48a. 7 Point Bold Face Italic. $2.55 

SUBERB SHOWING AND VERY SPECIAL SALE 
New Spring Kid Gloves, Every Proper Novelty, Every Genteel 56 

24A, 48a. 8 Point Bold Face Italic. $3.00 

IMPROVED ROLLERS FOR PRINTERS 
Superior in Quality to Those Made by the Old Method 36 

18A, 36a. 10 Point Bold Face Italic. $2.90 

NON-PARTISAN GOVERNMENT 
34 In Response to an Invitation of the Pressmen 

12A, 24a. 12 Point Bold Face Italic. $2.65 

LIGHT PRINTED SILKS 
Crystals, Plain and Fancy Wares 468 

12A, 24a. 18 Point Bold Face Italic. $3.90 

LAKE FRONT AGAIN 
54 Great Aid to Cleanliness is Soap 

10A, 20a. 22 Point Bold Face Italic. $4.55 

STOVE DISPLAY 
Give Entire Satisfaction 65 

6A, 12a, 28 Point Bold Face Italic. $4.55 

NEW LOANS 

24 Building Purposes 

Cleveland Type Foundry ; 92 Cleveland, Ohio. 



6 Point Ronaldson Title Slope. 
30A, 60a. $3.00 

DYNAMO «& EDISON 

Contrivers of Electrical Supplies 

Adapted to Various Purposes 

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10 Point Ronaldbon Title Slope. 
22A, 45a. $3.85 

LONG-WINDED 

Fleeting Roman Horses 
Chariot Races 



8 Point Ronaldson Title Slope. 
25A, 50a. $3.15 

LAWS AND CRIME 

Modern Torture Appliances 

Suitable for Offenders 

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12 Point Ronaldson Title Slope. 
20A, 40a. $3.55 

ELECTRIC 

Burglar Alarm Hinge 
Thieves Caught 



12A,22a. 



18 Point Ronaldson Title Slope. 

BUCKING BRONCHO 



$4.15 



Hazardous Western Amusement 



8A, 14a. 



24 Point Ronaldson Title Slope. 



$4.50 



TEXAN SHEEP 

Electric Cowboy Lassos 



6A, 10a. 



30 Point Ronaldson Title Slope. 



$5.25 



BE WAILING 

Constant Grumbler 



5A, 8a. 



36 Point Ronaldson Title Slope. 



$6.00 



APRIL Showers 



Cleveland Ty$e Foundry \ 



93 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 



30A, 80.90. 60a, $1.00. 5 Point Aldine, (on 6 Point Boot.) Complete Font, $1.90 

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE JOLLY NEW YORKERS, SEND SOB ACCEPTED MENU 
Standard Blank and Colored Printing Ink* Warranted to giro Satisfaction, at ManoJfeetoirer'a Price** $840^43 

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30A, $1.10. 60a, $1.40. 6 Point Aldine. Complete Font, $2.50 

DESCBIPTITE ACCOUNT OF THE GHOSTLY SETTLSttNTS 
Gibbon's History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. A Standard Edition. 

£1284667890 



30A, $1.25* 60a, $1.65. 8 Point Aldine. Complete Font, $2.90 

DECLARATION OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE 
Rules and Regulations of the United. States Army, Washington, D* C. 

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18A, $1.15. 40a, $1.35. 10 Point Aldine. Complete Font, $2.50 

THE GENERAL DESTRUCTION THEORY 
Important Railroad Connections with Western Countries. 

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18A, $1.40. 30a, $1.20. 12 Point Aldine. Complete Font, $2.60 

ATLANTIC MUTUAL COMPANIES 
Southern Commission and Produce Merchants 



12A, $1.85. 24a, 81.75. 18 Point Aldinb. Complete Font, 13.60 

LIVE STOCK MARKET 

Cimon was the Richest Man in Athens 



12A, $2.15. 24a, $2.05. 22 Point Aldine. Complete Font, $4.20 

THE DAYTON MAIL 

Roman and Grecian Architects 

Gotland Type Foundry ; 94 Cleveland, Okie 



6 Point Condensed, No. 4. 



24A, 48 a. 



|2.05 



THE JOURNALS OF AMERICA 

Immortal Fame the Reward of True 
123 Noble Greatness 456 



10 Point Condensed, No. 4. 



ISA, $1.00. 36a, $1.15. 



Complete Font, $2.15 



A LONG SKETCH IN 
Our Exchanges is Entitled 

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8 Point Condensed, No. 4. 

24 A, 48a. $2.5* 

FRIENDS OF OUR YOUTH 

Joyous, Happy Times, Transient 

Departed Pleasures 78 



12 Point Condensed, No. 4. 

HA. $1.00. 22a, $0.95. Complete Font, $1.95 

BETRAYED BY A 

Hair. This Often is the 

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12A, 81.40. 18a, $1.30. 



18 Point Condensed, No. 4. 



Complete Font, $2.70 



CASE, UNLESS THE HAIK 
Of the Girl he had out Buggy-riding 23 



8A,$1.95. 14a, $2.10. 



28 Point Condensed, No. 4. 



Complete Font, $4.03 



SAME IS Worn by His Wife $3 



7A, $2,60. 10a, $2.45. 



36 Point Condensed, No. 4. 



Complete Font, $5.05 



CAEE Examine Coat 67 



4A,$2.75. 8a, $3.05. 



48 Point Condensed, No. 4. 



GOIIG $23 



Complete Font, $5.80 

Home 



ijl\t DEL* 



60 Point Condensed, No. 4. 



$8.35 



GOLD Sale 54 



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95 



Cleveland* Ohio. 



8 Point Extra Condensed, No. 6, 

40 A, $2.00, 50a, $1.50. Complete Font, $3.50 

THE GARDES WAS LOADED WITH SWEET 
Scented Flowers, the Pretty Magnolia tirew Close by 

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12 Point Extra Condensed, No. 6. 

16 A, $1.25. 24a, $1.15. Complete Foiit, $2.40 

WE ARE GROWING OLD FAST 
Horatio, my boy. Time is Winging us on 

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22 Point Extra Condensed, No. 6. 

10 A, $1 .45. 16a, $1.55. Complete Font, $3.00 





From the Effects of our Fourth 

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10 Point Extra Condensed, No, 6, 

30A, 81. 80. 40a, $1,30. Complete Font. $3,10 

(Nil DOOR ; SWEETLY THE MOCKING 
Bird Sang in the Twilight, Take He Back Home 

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18 Point Extra Condensed, No. 6. 

14 A, $1.50. 26a, $1.75. Complete Font, $3.25 

TO OUR ETERNAL HOME 

At a Tremendous Rate. We have 

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24 Point Extra Condensed, No. 6. 

8A, $1.70. 12a, $1.50. Complete Font, $3.20 

OF JULY SPORT 




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6A, 82.15. 10a, $2.20. 



36 Point Extra Condensed, No. 6. 



Complete Font, $4.35 





01 

Usual New Year Headache. My 135 



6A,$2.45. 8a, $2.25. 




This 



42 Point Extra Condensed, No. 6. 



• 





4A, $2.80. 8a, $2.&5. 



48 Point Extra Condensed, No. 6. 




Cleveland Type Foundry f 



Complete Font, $4.70 





Complete Font, $5.65 




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10 Point Skeleton Antique, Ko. 2, 

30A, $1.15. 60a, $1.35. Complete Foot, $2.50 

AN EVENNESS OF TEMPER 

Caution keeps one ont of Many Troubles 

18 Point Skeleton Antique, No. 2. 

15 A, {1.35. 30a, $1.40. Complete Font, $2.75 

SEE THE TRAMP 



12 Point Skeleton Antique, No. 2. 

20A, $1.00. 40s, $1.15. Complete Font, $2.15 

HIRAM, SON OF ABIFF 

foito of Tyre who never Tired 

24 Point Skeleton Antique, No. 2. 

15A, $1.65. 30a, $2.10. Complete Font, $3.75 



TEARFUL BINGO 

W lib lis Eye aid lies East I GMy CMrpS CWaW 



12A, 82.05. 24a, $2.70. 



8A, $2.80. 16a, $3.20. 




6A, $3.10. 12a, $3.15, 



4 A , 8a. 



3A, 4a. 



30 Point Skeleton Antique, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $4.75 




Improvement 23 



42 Point Skeleton Antique, No. 2. Complete Font, $6.00 





48 Point Skeleton Antique, No. 2, 



Complete Font, $6.25 





60 Point Skeleton Antique, 



$7.15 






72 Point Skeleton Antique, 



$7.80 




Cleveland Type Foundry , 



97 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



6 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. 

24A, $1.05. 48a. $1.00. Complete Font, f 2.05 

THE ANCIENTS BELIEVED 
That the Whole Earth was Square, but up 

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8 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. 

24A.tl.10- 48a, $1.15. Complete Font, $2.25 

TO THE TIME OP GOINa 
To Press we have not Heard that 

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10 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. 

18A, $0.95. 27a, $0.80. Complete Font, $1.75 

THEY EXPRESSED 
InEegardto the Inhabitants 

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18 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. 

HA, $1.35. 22a. $1.35. Complete Font, $2.70 

VICE STINGS 

5 In our Pleasures 6 



12 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. 

16A, $1.20. 24a, $1.10. Complete Font, $2.30 

THE SQUARNESS 
2 Of the Questionable 3 



24 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. 

8A,$1.85. 14a, $1.90. Complete Font, $3.75 



9Corru 




6A.S2.45. 12a, 62.90. 



36 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. Complete Font, $5.35 



BOLLING Increase 8 



4A, 8a. 



44 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. 



$5.05 



MERRY Children 




3A, 6a. 



48 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. 



$5.75 



84 Endure FADS 



3 A, 5a. 



60 Point Antique Condensed, No. 2. 



$7.35 





Cleveland Type Foundry , 



98 



Cleveland* Ohio. 



5 Point Antique, No. 4. 

24A, 91.15. 48a, 91.45. Complete Font, $2.60 

LAUOH AND THE WORLD 

Laughs With You Weep and You Weep 

Alone Be Glad Your Friends 
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8 Point Antique, No. 5. 

HA, 48a. 92.80 

COMING REWARD 

The Happy Farmers Viewing 
45 their Crops 67 



12 Point Antique, No. 4. 

14A, 91.45. 22a, 91.25. Complete Font, 92.70 

DEATH BLOW 

Dr. Jones, of Soan, 

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6 Point Antique, No. 5. 

MA, 48a. 92.30 

EDITORS, LABORERS 

The Growth of Moral Ideas is Due 
67 Economic Measures 35 

10 Point Antique, No. 4. 

16A, 91.05. 22a, 90.85. Complete Font, 91.90 

PROHIBITION IN 

Dakota has Received its 

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18 Point Antique, No. 4. 

10A, 91.60. 16a, 91.60. Complete Font, 93.20 

WHISKY 
Useless 4 Cure 



6A,$1.65. 10a, $1.75. 



24 Point Antique, No. 4. 



Complete Font, $3.40 



OP SNAKES as Men 45 



6A,$2.90. 10a, $2.80. 



28 Point Antique, No. 4. 



Complete Font, $5.70 



KNOW Biters 5 



5A,$3.75. 8a, $3.30. 



36 Point Antique, No. 4. 



Complete Font, $7.05 



$1 GOT While 



4A,$5.40. 6a, $4.35. 



48 Point Antique, No. 4. 



Complete Font, $9.75 



LO Aded $1 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



99 



^ plevel&ad, Ohio.. 



6 Point Antique, No. 3. 

25A, $1.25. 52a f $1.35. Complete Font, $2.60 

HIRAM KING OF TYKE 
The Education of an Athenian Citizen 

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10 Point Antique, No. 3. 

25A, $1.65. 42a, $1.55. Complete Font, $3.20 

SAMPLE BOOMS 



Dealer in rare antiquities 

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18 Point Antique, No. 3. 

12 A, $1.75. 20a, $1.80. Complete Font, $3.55 

GOOD WINE 



8 Point Antique, No. 3. 

25A, $1.50, 42a, $1.75. Complete Font, $3,25 

FIRST EXPEDITION 
Of Solomon's bilge soked punt 

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12 Point Antique, No. 3. 

18A, $1.65. 32a, $1.80. Complete Font, $3.45 

ALCIBIADES 

The 4567 Wealthy 



22 Point Antique, No, 3, 



10A, $2.00. 18a, $2,10, 



Complete Font, $4.10 



ENOUGH 

21 Roadster 98 Lake View 3 



8A,$2.70. 12a, 82.25. 



28 Point Antique, No. 3. 



Complete Font, $4.95 




STUMP'S Dilemma 



6A, $3.05. 10a, $3.00. 



36 Point Antique, No. 3. 



Complete Font, $6.05 



GENTS Cigars 




4A, 8a. 



• * * 




44 Point Antique, No. 3. 




$7.50 




3A, 6a. 



48 Point Antique, No. 3. 



$8.40 





Cleveland lype^Fo^idrv. 

• • • ■ • t m • 



100 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



• ••• 



6 Point Axtiq.uk Extended, No. 2. 

16 A, $1.20. 24a, $1.15. Complete Font, $2.35 




8 Point Antiquk Extended, No. 2. 

11A,$1.35. 22a, $1.30. Complete Font, $2.65 









10A, $1.25. 16a, $1.30. 10 Point Antique Extended, No. 2, 







Complete Font, S2.55 






8A, $1.40. 10b.S1.15. 




12 Point Antique Extended, No. 2. 





Complete Font, $2.55 






7A.S1.80. 10a, $1.65. 




18 Point Antique Extended, No. 2. 





Complete Font, $3.45 






4A, $1.90. 7a, $1.60. 



22 Point Antique Extended, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $3.50 








3A, $2.50. 5a, $2.40. 



28 Point Antique Extended, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $4.90 








3A, 6a. 



36 Point Antique Extended. 



$9.25 






Cleveland Type Foundry , 



101 



Cleveland, Ohio. 






45A. 6 Point No. 1 Lining Antique* $1.10 

BS TRUB TO 70UR8XLT AT THB START. YOXTHO MAN, Bl TRUB TO TOOR8BLF 
AND GOD ; BRB TOU BUILD YOUR HOUSB MARK WILL THB SPOT, TB8T WBLL THB GROUND, AND BUILD 

YOU NOT ON THB SAND OR THB 8HAKING SOD 
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45A. 6 Point No. 2 Lining Antique. $1.15 

DIQ THB FOUNDATION DEEP, YOUNG MAN, PLANT FIRMLY THB OUTER WALL : 
LET THE PROPS BE STRONG. AND THE ROOF BE HIGH. LIKE AN OPEN TURRET TOWARD THE SKY, 

THROUGH WHICH THB HEAVENLY DEWS MAY FALL, 
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45A. 6 Point No. 3 Lining Antique. $1.30 

LET THIS BE THE ROOM OF THE SOUL. WHEN SHADOWS SHALL 
HERALD CARE. A CHAMBER WITH NEVER A ROOF TO HINDER THE LIGHT. OR DOOR OR 

LATCH TO SHUT IN THE SPIRIT'S PRAYER. 
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45A. 6 Point No. 4 Lining Antique. $1.60 

BUILD SLOW AND SURE : 'TIS FOR LIFE, YOUNG MAN. A LIFE 
THAT OUTLIVES THE BREATH ; FOR WHO SHALL GAINSAY THE HOLY WORD ? 

"THEIR WORKS DO FOLLOW THEM." 
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45A. 6 Point No. 5 Lining Antique. $1.90 

BUILD HIGH. AND DEEP, AND BROAD. YOUNG MAN, 

AS THE NEEDFUL CASE DEMANDS ; LET YOUR TITLE DEEDS BE 

BRIGHT AS YOU ENTER THE REALMS OP LIGHT. 

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36A. 8 Point Lining Antique. $2.00 

THE YEAR HAS GONE, AND WITH IT 
MANY A THRONG OF JOYOUS, HAPPY DREAMS 

ITS SHADOW IN EACH HEART 
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30A. 10 Point Living Antique. $2.00 

WHEN THOUGHTS OF THE LAST 

BITTER HOUR COME LIKE A BLIGHT TO 

THY SPIRIT, AND SAD IMAGES 

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25A. 12 Point Lining Antique. $2,25 

ON YONDER WILD CLIFF 
OVERTAKEN BY SUDDEN STORM 

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HA. 18 Point Lining Antique. $2.55 

LILAC BUSHES 
FRAGRANT FLOWERS 

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10A. 24 Point Lining Antique. $8.20 

GEOGRAPHY 
FOURTH LESSON 

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8A. 30 Point Lining Antique. $3.80 

SPRING TIME 

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6A. 36 Point Lining Antique. $4.50 



ROSE 




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5 Point Ionic, No. 2— (on 6 Point Body.) 

24A, $1.35. 48a, $1.50. Complete Font, $2.85 

SUNSHINE AND SHOW Kit 
Bought, the Madison Square Combination 

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8 Point Ionic, No. 2. 

24A, $1.50. 48a, $1.00. Complete Font, $3.10 

DESIGNING OX WOOD 
321 Celebration on the York 954 

12 Point Ionic, No. 2. 

16A, $1.25. 32a, $1.65. Complete Font, $2.90 

ATTIC LINES 
38 Siege of Troy 21 



6 Point Ionic, No. 2. 

24 A, $1.40. 48a, $1.45. Complete Font, $2.85 

SEVERE WINTERS 

Silence Reigned over the Deep Sea 

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10 Point Ionic, No. 2. 

18A, $1.30. 36a, $1.45. Complete Font, $2.75 

NINE DUCATS 
Geographic, Statistic 482 

18 Point Ionic, No. 2. 

10A, $1.90. 20a, $2.10. Complete Font, $4.00 

LINDEN 
1 Sick Soldier 7 



10A,$2.50. 20a, $2.75. 



22 Point Ionic, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $5.25 



PUBLIC MENU 

24 European Fashion 58 



6A,$2.50. 12a, $3.00. 



28 Point Ionic, No. 2, 



Complete Font, $5.50 



HOT HOUSE 
Government Office 2 



4A, $3.05. 8a, $2.90. 



36 Point Ionic, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $5.95 



GRIMSON 

Seek Pleasure 10 



Cleveland Type Foundry. 



104 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



\ 



10 Point Clarendon Condensed. 

18A, 90.95. 26a, $0.90. Complete Font, $1.85 

SKYE TERRIER 

John Hastened to Assist Them 

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18 Point Clarendon Condensed. 

14A, $1.50. 20a. $1.40. Complete Font, $2.90 

AGAMEMNON 

* 

To Lie Ungracefully 

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12 Point Clarendon Condensed. - 

14 A, $1.05. 22a, $1.00. Complete Fout, $2.05 

COUNCIL HALL 
Double Backaction Saw 

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22 Point Clarendon Condensed. 

8 A, $1.20. 14a, $1.45. Complete Foot, $2.65 

CLEARCUS 





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7A,$1.90. 10a, $1.75. 



28 Point Clarendon Condensed. 



Complete Font, $3.65 



COMMON CARRIER 

54 The Bell Rings at Noon 72 



6A.S2.a5. 10a, 82.60. 



36 Point Clarendon Condensed. 



Complete Font, $4.95 



23 COOLING Breezes 71 



6A, $3.20. 8a, $2.75. 



42 Point Clarendon Condensed. 



Complete Font, $5.95 




IDLE Fancies 




5A,$3.85. 8a, $3.35. 



48 Point Clarendon Condensed. 



Complete Font, $7.20 



NEW Tear 1885 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



105 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 



26A, $1.35. 40a, 81.20. 6 Point Doric. Complete Font, 82.55 

USE CONVENIENT SELF INFLUENCE. 
Lame Robert hung his harp on a thorn tree stub for shame. $1.25 

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22A, $1.65. 30a, $1.30. 8 Point Boric. Complete Font, $2.95 

POLITICIANS' CAMPAIGNS. 
Very little and old like Mother Mills Pigs. S12 

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18A, $1.90. 20a, $1.25. 12 Point Doric. Complete Font, $3.15 

YOUTH AND BEAUTY 
Victory and Honor to the Bight $0 

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10A, $1.90. 12a, $1.40. 18 Point Doric. Complete Font, $3.30 

FORMER DATS 
We Gathered Pretty Roses 

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8A, $2.10. 10a, $1.70. 22 Point Dortc. Complete Font, $3.80 

THE SUNSET 
Was Hidden by Clouds 

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10A, $1.60. 16a, $1.60. 10 Point Clarendon Extended. Complete Font, $3.20 








8A, $1.80. 12a, $1.70. 12 Point Clarendon Extended. Complete Font, $3.50 








Useful Job I^e-ttexr 



Cleveland Type Foundry. 106 Cleveland, Ohio. 



6 Point French Clarendon. 

36A, $1.05. 70a, $1.15. Complete Foot, $2.20 



A SMILE, A GLANCE, AND LOVE 



Bad bound their hearts together. Twill last forever 



10 Point French Clarendon. 

25A, $1.25. 52a, $1.55. Complete Font, $2.80 

CAUSES OF WARS 



8 Point French Clarendon. 

25 A, $1.10. 52a, $1.35. Complete Font, $2.45 

A CHILLING BLAST FEOM 
The old man at last, parted us forever 



12 Point French Clarendon. 

25 A, $2.10. 32a, $1.55. Complete Font, $3.65 

PICNIC PICKLES 



When I Look it Makes Me Smile | Pickled to Pucker PigS 



16A, $1.65. 27a, $1.70. 



18 Point French Clarendon. 



Complete Font, $3.35 



SWEET SPRING VIOLETS 

r 

Desert : Suet Pudding with Port Wine Sauce 



10A, $2.00. 20a, $2.15. 



24 Point French Clarendon. 



Complete Font, $4.15 



MAN'S STRENGTH 
Down "by the old Meadow Brooks 



10A, $2.60. 16a, $2.50. 



30 Point French Clarendon. 



Complete Font, $5.10 



Seventh WIERED Gnomes 



10A,$4.70. 14a, $4.15. 



36 Point French Clarendon. 



Complete Font, $8.85 



Many MEN Merry 



7A, $4.95. 10a, $4.00. 

Tear 



Cleveland Type Foundry. 



48 Point French Clarendon 



Complete Font, $8.95 





107 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



6 Point French Clarendon Extended. 

18A, $1.25. 86a, $1.50. Complete Font, $2.75 



-A.tteaao.pt to 0-u.tarcLaa. tlie Plood. 
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8 Point French Clarendon Extended. 

18A, $1.80. 36a, $1.85. Complete Font, $8.65 



16A, $1.85. 32a, $2.10. 10 Point French Clarendon Extended. Complete Font, $3.95 

TXi&y ^v£erril3r trip O'er tlie Oliflfs- IS 



10A, $2.00. 20a, $2.25. 12 Point French Clarendon Extended. Complete Font, $4.25 




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8A, $2.25. 16a, $2.75. 18 Point French Clarendon Extended. Complete Font, $5.00 





3KIn.ig*la.ts staa-d- Pag^es 2 



6A, $2.70. 12a, $2.95. 22 Point French Clarendon Extended. Complete Font, $5.65 







4A, $2.90. 8a, $2.80. 28 Point French Clarendon Extended. Complete Font, $5.70 







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108 



Cleveland. Ohio. 



25A, 35a. 6 Point Lining Gothic Extkndkd. $3.00 

IS/IY WINGED BOAT, A BIRD AFLOAT, 
3*11* Round th« Blu« Ethereal R*«tc» Re 



20A, 30a, 8 Point Lining Gothic Extkndkd. S3.00 

THE DAY SO MIL-D IS HEAVEN'S 

GHIId, with Eairthi and Ocean Reconciled 



16A, 24a. 10 Point Lining Gothic Extkndkd. $3.10 

MY SOUL TO-DAY 13 FAR 
Away Sailing over Vesuvian Bay 

14A, 22a. 12 Point Lining Gothic Extended. 13.40 

THEY WHO LIVE IN A 
Worry Invite Death to Hurry 

12A, 18a. 14 Point Lining Gothic Extkndkd. $3.50 

FILL LI 






With Kind Acts to Man 

10A, 14a. 18 Point Lining Gothic Extkndkd. $4.30 





Must Carry Its Pack 

7A, 10a. 24 Point Lining Gothic Extended. $4.50 





Street Car Lines 

5A t 7a. 30 Point Lining Gothic Extkndkd. $5.15 

MATURE 




ighty 




4A f 6a. 36 Point Lining Gothic Extkndkd. $7.10 



Meat PI 




Cleveland Tyfe Feundry % 109 Cleveland, Okie. 



6 Point No. 1 Liking Light Face Gothic . 

30A. $1.75 

COMMANDING THC ROAD TO RICHMOND 

CAN ANYTMINO • ( MORC CA1V ANO YCT TCOIOUt TM*M CATINQ 

RAT* AND MICC CATINQ CNtCSK 



6 Point No. 3 Lining Light Face Gothic. 

24A. $1.00 

CHAUTAUQUA GIRLS AT TEA 

THE FARM IS HEAVILY MORTGAGED 

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9 Point Lining Light Face Gothic. 
24A. $1.50 

THOSE LOVELY 

TIMES CONNECTICUT 

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6 Point No* 2 Liming Light Face Gothic. 

30A. $1.50 

FASHIONABLE FAN8 ARE QUEER 

TORTOISE SHELLS, WE WONDER WHAT'S NEXT 

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8 Point Lining Light Face Gothic. 
24A. $1.50 

NEVER WORN OUT 

THE FINE ART EXCHANGE 

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10 Point Lining Light Face Gothic. 

18A. $1.40 

THEY HAVE 

ABOLISHED SLAVE 

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12A. 12 Point Lining Light Face Gothic $1.30 

MOTHER HUBBARD 
AGREEABLY 245380 SURPRISED 



10A. 18 Point Lining Light Face Gothic. $1.85 

QUIET STEAL 
89 HARRY & JEANIE 37 



8A. 



24 Point Lining Light Face Gothic. 



$2.50 



TRUTH 235 AMES 



6A. 




30 Point Lining Light Face Gothic. 

CAR HERE 



$2.95 




Cleveland Type Foundry ; 



110 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



6 Point Gothic, No. 10. 

10.90. 36a, $0.70. Complete Font, $1.60 

SCENES OF MY CHILDHOOD 

Bringing recollections of by-gone happy days 

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10 Point Gothic, No. 10. 

MA, $0.90. 32a, $0.85. Complete Font, $1.75 

WHO HANDLES PITCH 
Yeast, water, and salt are added 

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8 Point Gothic, No. 10. 

23 A, $0.85. 32a, $0.80. Complete Font, $1.65 

KEEP A DOG YOURSELF 

You may seat a Frog on a Golden stool 

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12 Point Gothic, No. 10. 

16 A, $1.05. 24a, $0.90. Complete Font, $1.95 

PITY THE BLIGHTED 

Take me back to Jerusalem 

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14A, 91.60. 22a, $1.45. 18 Point Gothic, No. 10. Complete Font, $3.05 

SPARKLING WITH DEW 
45 Praying Politicians are of the Past 68 



8A, 51.90. 12a, 81.75. 



24 Point Gothic, No. 10. 



Complete Font, $3.65 




Mossed PICKLES 34 



6A, 10a. 



30 Point Gothic, No. 10. 



$5.15 



COAST 67 Shore 



5A,8a. 



36 Point Gothic, No. 10. 



$5.75 



Fancy 84 SIGN 



4A,6a. 



48 Point Gothic, No. 10. 



$7.65 



DAY 53 First 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



111 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



G Point Lining Gothic, No. 18, 

50A. $1,35, 

A MAN HE WAS TO ALL THE 
COUNTRY DEAR, AND PASSING RICH ON FIFTY 

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6 Point Lining Gothic, No. 20. 

50A, $1.70. 

UNSKILLED WAS HE TO 
FAWN, AND TO SEEK FOR POWER 

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(5 Point Lining Gothic, No. 22. 

50 A, 70a. $4.45. 

FAR OTHER AIMS 
His Heart had Learned to Prize 

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10 Point Lining Gothic, No. 4. 

28 A. 45a. $4.05. 

GOVERNMENT 



Civil Service Reform A Rainbow of Life 



6 Point Lining Gothic, No. 19. 

50 A. $1.40. 

WITH SLOW PACE) REMOTE 
FROM TOWNS HE RAN HIS GODLY RACE 

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6 Point Lining Gothic, No. 21. 

50 A. $2.35. 

DOCTRINES FASHIONED 
TO THE EVER VARYING HOUR 

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8 Point Lining Gothic, No. 4. 

36A, 55a. $3.80. 

CHEAP FOR CASH 

Selling Goods by Auction 
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12 Point Lining Gothic, No. 4. 

22A, 40a. $4.10. 

HOME IS 



14A, 22a. 



18 Point Lining Gothic, Xo. 4. 



$4.75 



Latest ELECTRIC System 



10 A, 15a. 



24 Point Lining Gothic, No. 4. 



$5.65 



Good 




Forks 



8A, 12a. 



30 Point Lining Gothic, No. 4. 



ifbiJo 



HONEY Combs 



6A, 8a. 



36 Point Lining Gothic, No. 4. 



$7.65 



Water M I LLS 



12 



468987s 



31 



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112 



Cleveland* Ohio. 



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6 Point Lining Gothic, No. 23. 
45 A. $1.45 

HC WAS A MAN WHO STOLE THE 
LIVCRV OF THE COURT OF HEAVEN TO SERVE 

1 234.6ST890 



6 Point Lining Gothic, No. 25. 
5A. $1.90 

TRANSACTED VILLAINIES 
THE COMMON SINNERS DARE NOT 

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6 Point Lining Gothic, No. 27. 
45A, 70a. 84.45 

WITH GUILTY HANDS 
He Touched most HolyThings 

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9 Point Lining Gothic, No. 5. 
25 A, 45a. $3.85 

BLUE GRASS 
Holstein Cattle Farm 



6 Point Lining Gothic, No. 24. 
45A. $1.55 

THE DEVIL IN ; IN VIRTUE'S 
GUISE, DEVOURED THE WIDOW'S HOUSE 

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6 Point Lining Gothic, No. 26. 
45A. $2.10 

AT SACRED FEAST HE 
SAT AMONG THE SAINTS AND 

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8 Point Lining Gothic, No. 5. 
36 A, 65a. $3.80 

CRINOLINE 

The Latest Fashion Craze 

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12 Point Lining Gothic, No. 5, 
20 A, 30a. $4.00 

BRILLIANT 
Electric Display 



12A, 18a. 



18 Point Lining Gothic, No. 5. 



$4.45 



Good COUNTRY House 



8A, 12a. 




ure 



24 Point Lining Gothic, No. 5. 




$5.20 




6A, 9a. 



30 Point Lining Gothic, No. 5. 




3pb«d5 




4A, 7a. 




36 Point Lining Gothic, No. 5. 




$6.80 




1 



23 





1 



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113 



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6 Point Telescopic Gothic, No. 5. 
60A. $1.60. 

OUR FRIENDS THE PRINTER8 
HE THAT HATH THE BRIDE 18 THE BITTEN ONE 

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6 Point Telescopic Gothic, No. 7. 
60A. $2.45. 

A8IATIO CHOLERA 

8ET A DOG TO OATOH THE TIQER 

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6 Point Telescopic Gothic, No. 6. 
60A. $1.90. 

BROTHERHOOD OF EQUITY 
LODGE MEETING EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT 

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6 Point Telescopic Gothic, No. 8. 
60A. $2.46. 

ADRIATIC SEA 

IT IS CLEARING UP AGAIN 

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6 Point Gothic, No. 12. 

30 A, $1.15, 15a, $0.60. 60a r $1.45. Complete Font, $3.20 

PRINTER AND OFFICE 

Reference is Indispensable whenever 

345 English Grammar 678 



8 Point Gothic, No. 12. 

30 A, $1.35. 15a, $0.60. 60a, $1.60. Complete Font, $3.55 

SUPERIOR TO ALL 

Suitable for any of Ornamental 

345 Economic Letter 687 



10 Point Gothic, No. 12. 
20 A ,$1.20. 10a, $0.60. 30a, $1.05. 



Complete Font, $2.85 



UNIVERSITY PRESS OF MOSCOW, RUSSIA 

Want of Experience often puts them to large expense 

234 Experience Dear Teacher 234 



12 Point Gothic, No. 12. 



15A,$1.20. 8a, $0.70. 20a, $1.00. 



Complete Font, $2.90 



FAUSTUS ASSOCIATION, BOSTON 
The Clerk in the Establishment of Figures 

678 Numerous Extracts 789 



18 Point Gothic, No. 12. 



12A,$1.70. 8a, $0.95, 20a, $1.85. Complete Font, $4.50 

THE TELEGRAPH COPY 

Our Scribe Seated at his Desk 

36 Small Cap Letter 89 



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114 



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22 Point Gothic, No. 12. 
8A,$1.90. 6a, $1.20. 12a, $1.75. Complete Font, $4.85 

ANCIENT THEORY 

24 Insurance COMPANY 53 



28 Point Gothic, No. 12. 
6A,$2.15. 4a, $1.25. 8a, $1.75. Complete Font, $5.15 

MERRY BOYS 
7 Judson Whyte 45 



42 Point Gothic, No. 12. 
4A f $3.15. 3a, $1.95. 6a, $2.55. Complete Font, $7.65 

AMERICAN 

Rate Merry 3 




48 Point Gothic, No. 12. 
4A,$3.90. 3a, $2.20. 6a, $3.40. Complete Font, $9.50 

CLOSER 
Red Date 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 115 Cleveland, Onto. 





6 Point Gothic, No. 2. 

24A, $1.50. 48a, $1.65. Complete Font, $3.15 

SWEET COMMUNION 
When the quiet day fades away 



8 Point Gothic, No. 2. 

24 A, $1.60. 38a, $1.70. Complete Font, $3.30 

COME GENTLE 
Spring etherial mildness 



18A,$1.45. 32a, $1.55. 



10 Point Gothic, No. 2. 



Complete Font, 63.00 



CLEAR THE TRACK ! SCAT 

Down the high Hill He Heaved the Stone 5 



16A,$1.65. 24a, $1.65. 



12 Point Gothic, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $3.30 



BATTLE OF BULL RUN. 

It is nice to be on the sea of glorv 



10A.M.60. 20a, $1.75. 



18 Point Gothic, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $3.35 



NOA TRUSTY HERA 

Chinese Emigration Prohibited 



10A,$2.20. 14a, $1.90. 



22 Point Gothic, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $4.10 



BOLD ROBBERS 

Ho! High-handed Villains 



8A,$2.95. 10a, $2.25. 



28 Point Gothic, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $5.20 



REGULAR 

Day for the Sunshine 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



116 



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6A 



30 Point Gothic, No. 4. 



$2.60 






5A 



36 Point Gothic, No. 4. 



$3.65 






4A 



42 Point Gothic, No. 4. 



$4.20 






4A 



48 Point Gothic, No. 4. 



$5.40 






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117 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 



18A, 36a. 



12 Point Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. 



$2.35 



EVENING RED AND MORNING GRAY, SUITS THE TRAVELER ON HIS WAY 
Evening Graf and Morning Red, Pours the Rain Down on His Head. Proverb of the Olden Time 

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16A, 32a. 18 Point Gothic Extra Condensed. No. 2. 

BE STILL, SAD HEART, AND CEASE REPINING 
While Behind the Darkest Cloud Is the Bright Sun Still 

12945117890 



$3.80 



Shining 



12A, 24a. 



22 Point Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. $4.00 

THE VINE CLINGS TO THE FALLING WALL 
And at Every Gust of Wind the Withering Leaves Fall 

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10A, 20a. 



24 Point Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. $4.20 

THE DAY IS DM AND DREARY 
It Rains, while the Cold Wind is Never Weary 



8A, 16a. 32 Point Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. $4.80 

MEMORY CLINGS TO THE PAST 
And the Hopes of Youth Fall In the Blast 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



118 



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6A, 12a. 



36 Point Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. 



W.80 





i 








Generally Best Shown 




Home 



6A, 12a. 



44 Point Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. 



$6.90 





FOREST 
Perch Piscatorial Association 



6A, 12a. 




48 Point Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2 

CHEERFUL 



$9.20 





5A, 10a. 



60 Point Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. 



$9.65 






I 



ies 



4A, 8a. 



72 Point Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. 



$10.75 






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119 



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s 



6 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 4. 

52A, (1.60. 70a, $1.20. Complete Font, (2.80 

THREE BLIND MICE HELD A PICNIC 

In Noah's Sanctimonious Ark 
Ghostly Stories Related by them and Brothers 

$1,254,725.00 



10 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 4. 

36 A, (1,75. 52a, (1.55. Complete Font, (3.30 

C. HOGG'S GARDENS 
400,000 People in Attendances 

Lively Muldoon, 



18 Point Gothic Condensed, No, 4. 

22A, (2.50. 27a. (1.85. Complete Font, (4.35 

PRESIDENT 
972 Stylish Dancing 



30 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 4. 

14A, (3.00. 20a, (3.10. Complete Font, (6.10 

FIRE BOY 

Hocking 18 




8 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 4. 

36A, (1.45. 70a, (1.65. Complete Font, (3.10 

UNCLE TOM'S NIGHTMARE 
Dreaming of Home Far Away in Bed 

2000 Hobbies 



12 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 4. 

25 A, (1.95. 42a, (1.70. Complete Font, (3,65 

SHADOW STEW 

1 1 Cents with Hambones 

Served For Tramps 



22 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 4. 



18A. (2.30. 27a, (2.60. 



Complete Font, (5.40 



WHISKEY 
Pagans Punch 57 

36 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 4. 

10 A, (3.15. 14a, (3.20. Complete Font, (6.35 




46 Scholars 



7A, $3.40. 10a, $3.25. 



42 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 4. 



Complete Font, $6.65 



Pretty SWALLOW 




7A, 84.50. 10a, $3.85. 



48 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 4. 



Complete Font, $8.35 




Strike 235 



tvetand Type Foundry. 



120 



Cleveland^ Ohio, 






I 




6 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 5. 

$6A,$1.35. 70a, $1.30. Complete Font, $2.65 

I STOOD ON THE BRIDGE AT 
Midnight while the clock was striking the hour 

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10 Point Gothic Condensed, No, 5. 

25A, $1.86. 42a, $1.25. Complete Font, $2.60 

THREE CONCERTS 

Lonely hour consecration, etc 

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8 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 5. 

S«A,»1.40. 52a, 11.40. Complete Font, $2.80 

AND THE MOON SHONE 

Oe'r the city behind the church tower 

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12 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 5. 

25A,$1.80. 32a, $1.30. Complete Font, $3.10 

COME UNTO ME 

Ye wicked and wretched 

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Complete Font, $3.00 



18A, $1.45. 30a, $1.55. 16 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 5. 

A GREAT SWELL FOR SWELLS 
Who ever swell the $5 swollen tides to Fopstown 



Complete Font, 13.40 



18A, $1.70. 27a, $1.70. 18 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 5. 

THREE SCREAMING GHOSTS 

Flapped their Wings and Snickered $214 



18A.S2.35. 24a, $2.10. 



22 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 5. Complete Font, $4.45 

45 Latticed WINDOWS Swinging 23 



10A, $2.06. 20a, $2.75. 



28 Point Gothic Condensed. No. 5. Complete Font, $4.80 

Secluded DAMSELS fair $135 



7 A. $2.65. I0a,$2.25, 



36 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 5. Complete Font, $4.90 

HART'S Theatre N2 261 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



121 



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10A, 81.70. 12a. $1.40. 24 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 3. Complete Font, $3.10 

THE AMERICAN GAME 

45 Performed Every Evening. 89 

7A, $2.40. 10a, $2.25. 36 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 3. Complete Font, $4.65 

D OMESTICITY 

$15 The Yoke of Cupid 342 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 122 Cleveland, Oht*. 



20A, 40a, 10 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 2. $1.75 

ROMANTIC STORY OF THE OLD APPLE TREE 

With its O'erhanging Golden Canopy Leaves that illumine with 84 

ISA, 80.90. 30a, 41.10. 12 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 3. Complete Font, $2.00 

CITY OF ORANGES MID EXHIBITIONS 

34 The Crescent City of Creoles and Moss-laden Trees 12 

* 

12A, $1.00. 18a, $1.00. 18 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 3. Complete Font, $2.00 

ENTHUSIASTIC MASS MEETINGS 

180 For tin Nomination of Dark Horse Candidates 147 J 

* 

10A, $1.20. 16a, $1.30. 22 Point Gothic Condensed, No. &> Complete Fbnt, $2.50 

OUR REAL UNITED STATES 

315 Liberty Bell Rings North and South 425 j 



\ 



6A, 12a. 







40 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 2. 

ONE FEATHER 

Desirable Letter 



85.tfO 




4 A, 8a. 



48 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 2. 



S6.10 





Candies 



3A, 6a, 



60 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 2. 



$7.70 






3 A, 6a. 



72 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 2, 



910.85 






Cleveland Type Foundry ' 



123 



Cleveland \ Ohio. 






10 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 1. 

20A, $1.00, 

SWEET WILLIAMS 
SHE ENDED A MISERABLE LIFE 

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12 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 1. 

18A. $1.15. 

MANY HEADED 
GRANDER AGGREGATION 

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ISA. 



18 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 1. 



$1.60 



THE EAGLE SOARS ABOVE THE CLOUDS 

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10A. 



22 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 1. 



' $1.75 



6 TEMPERANCE IS A VIRTUE 8 



HA, 




30 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 1. 



$2.40 




WISE MEN 84 



6A, 




36 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 1. 



$2.65 






5A. 




42 Point Gothic Condensed No. 1. 



$3.00 





4A. 



48 Point Gothic Condensed, No. 1. 



$o a oU 






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24 Point Typographic Combination. 







'/• 




No. 4. 




„a": B o" y xj i 






SQUARE BODY 



Typographic Combination Ornaments. 

20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 21 

'Z'Z 

15 17 19 4fl 16 16 



€: V ^> 5 



No. 0, 4A, with Periods and Commas only '. $1 25 

No. 1, 8A, with Figures and Points... 2 40 

No. 2, 4A, no Figures or Points 1 15 

No. 3, 4A f with Figures and Points ;. 1 70 

No. 4, 4A, Periods and Commas only 1 15 

No. 5, 4A, no Figures or Points 1 15 

No. 6, 4A, no Figures or Points . 1 25 

Ornaments 3 00 

Quads and Spaces 2 00 



% 



Complete Series, Including Quads and Spaces, $14.00 

On the shoulder of each letter is cast its appropriate number, thus avoiding confusion 
in distribution. 



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Cleveland Type Foundry ; 125 Cleveland \ Ohify 



30A, 60a. 6 Point Gothic Italic, No. 2. $2.00 

WESTERN ECONOMICAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY 
°roperty of Every Description Insured on Terms to Suit; Safe and Reliable Investments 

Thousands of Policies Issued Yearly, $1234567890 



36A, 52a. 8 Point Gothic Italic No. 2. $2.60 

HILTORICAL EVENTS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 
Important Public Documents Illustrative of the Constitution of United States 

Valuable and Admirable Works of Art, $275 



30A, 42a. 10 Point Gothic Italic, No. 2. $2.60 

BEAUTIFUL NOVELTIES OF LATE IMPORTATION 
Assortments of Ladies 9 and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, $640 

Latest Fashions of the Season 



22A, 38a. 12 Point Gothic Italic, No. 2. $2.50 

HANDSOME SUBURBAN RESIDENCES 
Palatial Homes of Enterprising American Merchants, $75 

Representative 235,487 



18A, 25a. 18 Point Gothic Italic, No. 2. $2.80 

GRAND PUBLIC DEMONSTRATIONS 
Inauguration of American Presidents, March 4th 

754 Masses of Visitors $38 



18A, 24». 20 Point Gothic Italic, No. 2. $3.65 

INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITIONS 

The Great Worlds Fair, Chicago, 1893 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 126 Cleveland, Ohio* 



10A,l4a. 



30 Point Gothic Italic, No. 2. 



3p4.<x 



RAILROAD COMPANY 

Large Passenger Coaches 18 



5A, 10a. 36 Point Gothic Italic, No. 3. $6.40 

MEMORIES 

Artificial Lake 54 



4A, 8a. 



48 Point Gothic Italic, No. 3. 



87.80 






3A, 6a. 



60 Point Gothic Italic, No. 3. 



89.60 





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34A. 6 Point No. 4 Inclined Gothic. #1.25 

GOVERNMENT EXPEDITIONS ARE MOW FORM I NG 
OR AND SERIES OF RECEPTIONS CONTEMPLATED SY THE PEOPLE OP EUROPE 

STARTING HOMEWARD MARCH FIRST 

32A. 6 Point No. 5 Inclined Gothic $1.25 

FAMILIAR SELECTION OF ENGLISH WORDS 
SEVEN PLEASANT AND ENTERTAINING ROMANCES QUIETLY RELATED 

SUCCESSFUL ENGLISH NOVELISTS 

£0A. 6 Point No. 6 Inclined Gothic. $1.25 

UNITED STATES MARINE INSURANCE CO. 
YOUR ORDERS SOUCITED FOR OUR LATEST MODERN HATS 

ORIGINAL WASHINGTON PRESS 

28A. 6 Point No. 7 Inclined Gothic. $1.25 

FIRST MUSiCALE OF THE SEASON 
PRINCIPAL SOLOISTS OF MUSICVILLE WILL APPEAR 

HIBERNIAN ASSOCIATIONS 

26A, 8 Point Inclined Gothic. $1.50 

HORSE FORDING STREAM 
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENTS 

EVENING REGULATOR 

24A. 10 Point Inclined Gothic. $1.75 

AMERICAN REFRIGERATOR TRAINS 

RAPID TRANSIT $21 

18A. 12 Point Inclined Gothic. $2.00 

BURNING HICKORY LUMBER 

MACHINERY 

12A. 18 Point Inclined Gothic. $2i50 





GRAMMARIAN 

8A. - 24 Point Inclined Gothic. $3.00 




Cleveland Type Foundry, 128 Cleveland, Ohio. 



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6 Point Latin Antique. 

22A,$1.20. 96a, $1.10. Complete Font, $2.30 

TWENTY SOLDIERS 
Marching off in Battle Array 
1 



10 Point Latin Antique. 

16A, $1.20. 24a, $1.10. Complete Font, $2.30 

SMUGGLERS 

Are Concealed There 

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18 Point Latin Antique. 

10A, $1.65. 16a, $1.65. Complete Font, $3.30 

GREEN 
13 Curiosity 17 



8 Point Latin Antique. 

20A, $1.25. 32a, $1.20. Complete Font, $2.45 

SACRED RECORD 

Jealously Guarded by All 

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12 Point Latin Antique. 

HA, $1.40, 22a, $1.25. Complete Font, $2.65 

SMOKY RUN 

Eight Black Slaves 

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24 Point Latin Antique. 

7 A, $1.85. 10a, $1.75. Complete Font, $3.60 

MORE 

18 Hens 53 



5A,S2.30. 8a, 32.15. 



30 Point Latin Antique. 



Complete Font, 84.45 



MARKETS 

6 Sink or Swim 21 



3A,$2.45. 5a, $2.20. 



36 Point Latin Antique. 

LAWN 



Complete Font, $4.65 



New Shows 71 



3A, 4a. 



48 Point Latin Antique. 



$7.45 



PICA Rule 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



129 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 




6 Point Modern Antique. 
30A, 60a. $2.50 

NEWSPAPER ADVERISING 

Introduction to the General Public 

Printers Ink 13579 

10 Point Modern Antique. 
24A, 50a. ' $3.00 

EXAMINING OFFICIAL 

Civil Service Commissioner 

Reforms 12345 



18 Point Modern Antique. 



16A, 24a. 



$3.90 



ENTERPRISE 

American Farmer, 

Industry 9 



8 Point Modern Antique. 
30A, 60a. $3.00 

HEAVENLY DISPLAYS 

Late Astronomical Discovery. 

Phenomena 67890 



12 Point Modern Antique. 
20A, 40a. $3.00 

CURIOSITY SHOP 

Interesting Literature. 

Manuscript 12 



24 Point Modern Antique. 



12A, 20a. 



$4.50 



PRINTER 



Color Worker 
Artist 8 



10A 9 16a. 



30 Point Modern Antique. 



$6.40 



EMBROIDERIES 
Numerous Patterns 17 



8A, 12a. 



36 Point Modern Antique. 



$8.50 



COMMISSION 

Grain Merchants 3 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



130 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



6A, 10a. 42 Point Modern Antique. $8.90 

CONTRACT 

Public Streets 5 



5A, 8a. 48 Point Modern Antique. $10.90 

DENTIST 

Professions 4 



4A, 5a. 60 Point Modern Antique. $10.25 

MINER 

Diamond 1 



3A, 4a. 72 Point Modern Antique. $11.20 




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10 Point Latin Condknskd. 



24 A , 48a. 



$1,90 



WHEN KNIGHTS OF OLD WITH 

Shields of Gold Sung Merrily their Lay 

45 Crowned with Flowers 67 



18 Point Latin Condensed. 



IOji, $1.50. 24a, |1.25. 



Complete Font, $2.75 



-#GOOD*CENTHf- 

A$lserable$Pittance$Left 

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12 Point Latin Condensed. 



24A, JL35. 32a, JLOO. 



Complete Font, $2,35 



-# COME * AWAY h^ 

The t Evening $ Shades * now* Appear 

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24 Point Latin Condensed. 

12A, $2.10 18a, $1.65. Complete Foot, $3.75 

PEACEFUL 

Edenic 345 Convicts 





7 A, $2.60. 10a, $2.00. 



36 Point Latin Condensed. 



Complete Font, 14.60 




TheiHomesiofiBusinessiMen 




5A,S3.50. 8a, $2.60. 




48 Point Latin Condensed. 

LINGUIST 



Complete Font, $6-10 







Cleveland Type Foundry. 



132 



Cleveland* Ohio. 



4 A, 8a. 



60 Point Latin Condensed. 



$7.25 



GOLD COINS 

- 

First National Bank 





4A, 8a. 



72 Point Latin Condensed. 



$9.55 







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Clez*eland f Ohio* 



10 Point Light Face Runic. 

20A, $0.95. 30a, fO.95. Complete Font, |1. 90 

EVENING BELLS 
Suffer under the Wheels of War 

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14 Point Light Fack Runic. 

12A, $0.95. 20a, $1.05. Complete Font, $2.00 

RH0MB0IDAL 
Guaranteed Harmless 




12 Poixt Light Face Runic 

16A, $0.95. 24a, $1.10. Complete Font, $2.05 

FRENCH BUDGET 

Through Storm and Calm 

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18 Point Light Face Runic. 

10A, $1.25. 18a, $1.50. Complete Font, $2.75 

CALCULATE 
Mountain Slopes 




8A,$1.60. 12a, $1.65. 



24 Point Light Face Runic. 



Complete Font, $3.25 



UNPARALLELED 
9 In the History of Austria 1 



5A,$1.65. 8a, $1.60. 



30 Point Light Face Runic. 



Complete Font, 13.25 



PARTIALITY 

3 Peripatetie Student 5 



4A,$2.45. 6a, $2.10. 



42 Point Light Face Runic. 



Complete Font, $4.55 



SUNSHINE 

5 Brightly Beams 9 



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134 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



3A, 6a. 



48 Point Light Face Runic. 



$6.10 



MARCHING 



Cloak 



SILK 



52 



3A, 5a. 



*»0 Point Light Face Runic. 



$8.25 



PHASES 



72 




oA t *){l# 



72 Point Light Face Runic. 



$12.85 






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135 



Cleveland, Ohio. 




6 Point Light Fack Celtic. 

25A, $1.25. 52a, $1.60. Complete Font, $2.85 

SCOOTINABULATION 

Ever Merrily Sang these Pebbles 

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10 Point Light Face Celtic. 

22A, $1.50. 42a, $1.65. Complete Font, $3.15 

LOST HIS PURP 

And the Grand Prize 

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8 Point Light Face Celtic. 

25A, $1.60. 42a, $1.40. Complete Font, $3.00 

A LIVELY CITY 

Remarkable Police Force 

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12 Point Light Face Celtic. 

16A, $1.50. 32a, $1.75. Complete Font, $3.65 

CHARITY 

Capital Pleasures at 
$14660 



10A f $1.75. 20a, $1.90. 



18 Point Light Face Celtic. 



Complete Font, $3.65 



THE TASTE OF JOY 
For Such 45678 Jolly Dogs 



8A,$2.00. 14a, $2.30. 



22 Point Light Face Celtic. 



Complete Font, $4.30 



DELIGHTED 

Reckless 34B Fishers 



5A t 10a. 



28 Point Light Face Celtic. 



$4.55 



LINES 




7 Quick 



4A, 8a. 



36 Point Light Face Celtic. 



$6.30 




36 Fish 



3A r 6a. 



48 Point Light Face Celtic. 



$8.95 



POInts 83 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



136 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



8 Point Monastic, No. 4. 
14^, i6A, i6a, **a. $2.25 

ASSOCIATION OF CRAjSKS 

Blest Immortal Bride of Texas Growth 

45 My Texan Guide 



12 Point Monastic, No. 4. 
to^, 11 A, 11 a, 16 a. $2.50 

^LWAYS JVRpNG 

JJe Sighed, Then JVhifpered 

Fifty Years. $123 



10 Point Monastic, No. 4. 
t%jk 9 14A, 14A, so a. |i 85 

FJJLLY WARRANTED 

Abraham ^ergufon, From Doubling 

97 The Horrto Din 



18 Point Monastic, No. 4. 
8^, to A, to a, 14a. $3 #10 

^ELOW pOST 

Notice to thofe whom it 
May Concern. 149 



64, 8 A, 8 a, 1 sa. 



24 Point Monastic, No. 4. 



$4.15 



)VINNING JHE RATTLE 

Presenting 24 Shakefpearian Tragedies 

Ex-Governor Cranston 



4#, 6 A, 6 a, 10 a. 



36 Point Monastic, No. 4. 



$6.85 



pVER JHE JVAY 

Charlotte Rouberts Abroad 



79 



D 



I 



SJVLAL 



S 



WAMP 



39 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



137 



Cleveland, Ohio,. 



8 Point Monastic, No. 5. 

16A,16a. $1.05 
Fancy Has Been Quelled 

The Old Legend of the Monkish Page 

$33,541,867.90 

12 Point Monastic, No. 5. 
12A,12a. $1.30 

Stock of Staple Articles 
123 Increased 456 



10 Point Monastic, No. 5. 
14A,14a. $1.05 

Unsophisticated Youth 

Do You Observe Anything Verdant 

$23,146,897.50 

18 Point Monastic, No. 5. 
10A,10a. $1.60 

579 Making Rather 123 



8A, 8a. 



24 Point Monastic, No. 5. 



$2.10 



231 A Pretty Flower Sellers 56 7 



8 A, 8a. 



36 Point Monastic, No. 5. 



$4.15 



Practical 823 Legislator 



8 Point Monastic, No. 6. 
16A. $0.70 

BLTJE-pYED pARLING 

,MAIJ>EN SO WJNSOME ANp SO f AIjl 

GOLpEN $5678698 FLOWING 

12 Point Monastic, No. 6. 
12A. $0.80 

BROADWAY 
SQUINTS AT TH^ CORSp 

$526 W^KLY 879 



10 Point Monastic, No. 6. 
14A. $0.70 

PICTURESQUE JHLLS 

VALLEYS ON ARABIAN BORDER 

254 jftANIPULATORS 763 

18 Point Monastic, No. 6. 
10A. $L00 

OVEJl PARIS 

PECULATION LAN^ 

638 NUMBER 4 6 7 



8A. 



24 Point Monastic, No. 6. 



$1.35 



3915 jCOLUMN OF HISTORY 6478 



8A. 



36 Point Monastic, No. 6. 



$2.60 



68 SACRIFICIAL TAR 5 6 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



138 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



10A, $1.60. 18a, $1.65. 12 Point Tablet, Complete Font, 13.25 

TROWEL, PLUMB & CD. 

Decorators of Honorable Tablets of Worth 

¥lrtunus $2,36B,B31 Defenders 



8A, 12.20. 16a, 12.60. 18 Point Tablkt. Complete Font, $4.80 

UNIQUE LETTER 
Square, Substantial, Strong 

$1G7,93D.G9 



6A. 12.95. 12a v $3.30. 24 Point Tablet. Complete Font, 16.25 




The Great Sure Thing 

125G7BBD 



CItvtUnd jy^e Foundry, 139 Clevtland. Okie. 



24A. 8 Point Norman Condensed, No. 2. $1.00 

GRAND STAND SEATS FOR SALE CHEAP 
98,000 DELUDED BELIEVERS IN THE FALSE RELIGION OF 3568 



24A. 10 Point Norman Condensed, No. 2. $1.30 

NEW UNIQUE HOLIDAY STYLES 
COAL HEAVERS' SALARIES SLIGHTLY IMPROVED $547 



18A. 12 Point Norman Condensed, No. 2. $1.40 

THE MISTAKES IN LIFE 
$950 SUNNY HILLSIDE CAMPING RETREAT 



12A. 18 Point Norman Condensed, No. 2. $1.40 

EVEN BRAVEST HEART 
THE INDEPENDENT FARMER $18 



10A. 22 Point Norman Condensed, No. 2. $1.75 

12 WHY DO BOYS DRINK 34 



8A. 24 Point Norman Condensed, No. 2. $1.90 

THE LIFE OF MOSES 25 



6A. 36 Point Norman Condensed, No. 2. $2.55 

UNENDING LIFE 15 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 140 Cleveland, OAi<K 



10 Point Norman Condensed. 

24A, $1.30. 24a, $0.95. Complete Font, $2.25 

HE WENT HIGH UP 

AMID THE SNOW-CAPPED ALPS 
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12 Point Norman Condensed. 

18A, $1.40. 18a, $1.25. Complete Font, $2.65 

LEAGUE PARK 

Two Games Every Day 

123 4567 890 



12A, 81.40. 12a, $1.25. 18 Point Norman Condensed. Complete Font, $2.65 

BEAUTIFUL, USEFUL 

14 Continuously Blundering Harry 33 



10A, $1.75. 10a, $1.45. 22 Point Norman Condensed. Complete Font, $3.20 

CITY OF DETROIT 

18 He Has no Employment 76 



8A,$1.90. 8a, $1.50. 



24 Point Norman Condensed. Complete Font, $3.40 




32 Ishpan Daughters $9 



6A,$2.55. 6a, $2.10. 



36 Point Norman Condensed. Complete Font, $4.65 



LIGHT FACE 

35 Union Cavalry 79 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



141 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



5 Powt Cklitc No. 2— on 6 Point Body. 

30A. $1.75 

BOB IMOIRSOLMTIS ASSXMBLED 
IN MASS COMVBWTIOJT AT UIOH 8TRXXT, HILL'S HAIF-ACRI 
AMID THE rUMXS OP FIRE AMD BRIMSTONE 

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6 Point Celtic, No. 2. 
24A. $1.00 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FRIENDS AND FOES OF DOUBLIN 

OLD J. B. IS TROUBLING 

$ 1234567890 ! 



h% Point Celtic, No. 2— on 6 Point Body. 

30A. $1.50 

WALTER SCOTT, THE POET 

THE PAST REMORSE, THE FUTURE DESPAIR 

BUT THE PRESENT IS OPPORTUNITY 

$ 1234567890 ! 



7 Point Celtic, No. 2— on 8 Point Body. 

24A. $1.30 

HANDKERCHIEF 

CLEANING 

GERMAN TERMINATIONS 

$ 1234567890 ! 



24A. 8 Point Celtic, No. 2. $1.65 

ELECTROTYPING 
DONE BY THE CLEVELAND TYPE FOUNDRY 

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18A. 



10 Point Celtic, No. 2. 



•1.40 



JUDGE GOODHUE 
CONGLOMERATION OF CHARACTERS 

$ 1234567890 



12A. 



12 Point Celtic, No. 2. 



11.35 



THE GREATEST GIFT TO MAN 

S 1234567890 



10A. 



18 Point Ckltic, No. 2. 



$1.90 



234 MASTICATION 869 



8A. 



24 Point Celtic, No. 2. 



$2.75 



12 MONITORS 59 



6A. 



28 Point Celtic, No. 2. 



$3.20 



90 BROKEN 13 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



142 



Cleveland. Ohio. 



h x A Point Celtic, No. 3— on 6" Point Body. 

30A, $1.50. 80a, $1.75. Complete Font, $3.25 

KILLPATRICK <fe COMPANY 
Wriri akx the Visions or Morwino, Fkzsh as thk 
Dbws or Our Prim«? Sw«t Memory 
120*6 1234567890 e7a»o 

7 Point Celtic, No. 3— on 8 Point Body. 

24A, $1.30. 24a, $1.00. Complete Pont, $2.39 

JUXTAPOSITION 

Now the Morning Dew Rises 

12345 123456789 67890 



6 Point Celtic, No. 3. 

24A, $1.00. 30a, $1.50. Complete Font, $2.50 

HAY-MAKERS' UNION 

Under the Willow they are Sleeping 

Fragrant Flowers of May 

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8 Point Celtic, No. 3. 

24A, $1.65. 24a, $1.10. Complete Font, $2.75 

MAGNOLIA 

A Famous Singing Boy 

1234 135689 5678 



18A, $1.40. 18a, $1.00. 10 Point Celtic, No. 3. Complete Font, $2.40 

ENCOURAGEMENTS 

HUNTING THE SACRED WHITE ELEPHANT 

12345 12345678 67890 

12A, S1.35. 12a, $1.15. 12 Point Celtic, No. 3. Complete Font, $2.50 

Overland Route to IPolar Seas 

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10A,$1.90. 10a, $1.35. 



18 Point Celtic, No. 3. 



Complete Font, $3.25 



Fine Easter Celebration 

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8A t $2.75. 8a, $2.05. 



24 Point Celtic, No. 3. 



Complete Font, $4.80 



Crank of Wisdom 

123 12345 456 



6A,$3.20. 6a, $2.00. 



28 Point Celtic, No. 3. 



Complete Font, $5.20 



Merry Guests 

123 123 456 



Cleveland Type Foundry f 



143 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



36A. 6 Point Victoria Italic, No. 5. $2.00 

TRUSTWORTHY AND SCHOLARLY PRONUNCIATIONS 
TYPOGRAPHICAL APPEARANCE AND MAKE-UP OF THE WEEKLY PAPER IS UNSURPASSED 

NORTHERN TRUST COMPANY OF TROY 



36A. 6 Point Victoria Italic, No. 4. $2.00 

COLORADO SPRINGS AND GARDEN OF THE GODS 
DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON DRIVES THROUGH GLEN EYRE AND OVER THE MESA 

EVENING STROLLS BY RUXTON CREEK 



30A. 6 Point Victoria Italic, No. 3. $2.00 

FIND AMERICAN EXCHANGE BUREAU 
LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY TRAINS OF OLD ENGLAND 

FROM LIVERPOOL TO LONDON 



30A. 6 Point Victoria Italic, No. 2. $2.25 

EUROPEAN AND EASTERN TRAVELERS 
FAMOUS PEAK OF DERBYSHIRE AND THE VALE OF MATLOCK 

THE MIDLAND RAILWAY DEPOT 

30A. 6 Point Victoria Italic, No. 1. $2.50 

THE FRENCH BROAD ROUTE 
RAILWAY AND HIGHWAY VIADUCTS AND RAIL IRON 

BOUDOIR CARS $4 

18A. 12 Point Victoria Italic, No. 3, $2.00 

ENGLISH DICTIONARY 
MODERN INVENTIONS AND APPLIANCES 

SOLD FOR CASH 

16A. 12 Point Victoria Italic, No. 2. 32.25 

DANCE AND FLIRT 
ELEVEN CHANGEABLE MAIDENS 

NEW YORK 93 

16A. 12 Point Victoria Italic, No. 1. $2.50 

A UCTIONEER 
PICTURES WITHOUT PRICE 

NOTHING 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 144 Cleveland, Okie, 



5 Point Geometric— on 6 Point Body. 

16A, $1.20. 16a, $1.20. 50a, $1.10. Complete Font, $3.50 

ICE-BQUND GREENLAND 
IX/ell Laid Plans of Mice and Men Dften Fail 

The Great war df the Rebellion 

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8 Point Geometric. 

16A, $1.40. 46a, $2.10. Complete Font, $3.50 



BDLIVER HDUSE 

Past all Hdpb of Redemption 

12345E7BBD 



6 Point Geometric. 

16A, $1.25. 50a, $1.50. Complete Font, $2.75 

TWELVE NIGHTS 

Hdw Many Indians Wbpb Killed 

And Hdw Many Waunded 

12345B7B9D 



10 Point Geometric. 

ISA, $1.65. 40a, $1.85. Complete Font, $3.50 

RUBINSTEIN 

Write, Print, and Paint 

1234567BSD 



12A, $1.60. 34a, $2.40. 



12 Point Geometric. 



Complete Font, $4.00 



G-DQUER BROTHERS 
The Winter Conclave "will Assemble HerB 

12a4567BBD 



10A, $2.10. 24a, $2.40. 18 Point Geometric. Complete Font, $4.50 

MENDELSSDHN 
Do TtLEy ga Before Breakfast 

1234SE7B9D 



10A,$2.80. 15a, $2.20 



24 Point Geometric. 



Complete Font, $5.00 



BLDDMING- 

i 

The Abandoned Ship 

12345E7BSD 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



145 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



■MB 



10A.*U5. 20a,*L85. 



18 Point Chic. 



Complete Font, 13.80 




8A,$2.25. 16a, $2.10. 



24 Point Chic. 



# 



Complete Font, $4.36 



Qonqplinqeqt5 of ♦ "^ 

Original RoyeJ T enripl&r^, 

jvid&y 8ver}ir[g ; Jar|bary 3 1 Q%- 

Doyl^s D&r}cir}g ^\Q&denr}y. 



6ic?h(t to Oqe. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



146 



Cleveland, Ohio* 



18 Point Litho. 

8A.fl.45. 16a, $1.70. Complete Font, $3.15 

Circular Font, 32A, $5.45. 112a, $11.30. Complete Circular Font, $16.75 



MzA& When Perm appeared to receive his 

charter he came into the royal presence 

in his usual easy manner, with his hat on 




and his hands in his pockets. (Jharles at 
once removed his own hat. 

Keep your hat on, young mjJi,' said 
Perm, "keep your hat on, and people Wont 

ou are bald. "It is the custom of 
this place, replied me king, "for only one person 
at a time to remain covered.' "Then you ought 
to have more covert," said Perm. "It's a Queer 
custom, but I don't lay my hat around in strange 
houses unless I det a check. Ive traveled." 

$12,345,678.90 Capital 

The following letters are Mortised and not Kerned. 

Apple Blossom Ornaments shown above. 
Cleveland Type Foundry \ 147 Cleveland, Ohio. 



8 Point Waverly Circular. 

14 A, $1.40. 30a, $1.60. Complete Font, $3.00 

Circular Font, 40A, $3.60. 160a, $7.25. Complete Circular Font, $10.85 

TYPOGRAPHERS' ERRORS. 

Perhaps no newspaper writer was ever more disturbed by 
a triflej than was a society reporter, who in describing the belle 
of a recent fashionable party, intended to say ff she looked aa 
fait/' but found that an unfeeling blacksmith had made it read 
"she looked all feet," $12,345,678,90. 

The paste-pot sits on the table. 

The cockroach passes it byj 
For the cockroach knows, as he comes and goes, 

That the paste is old and dry, 



10 Point Waverly Circular. 

12 A, $1.50. 24a, $1.60. Complete Font, $3.10 

Circular Font, 36A, $4.10. 150a, $9.75. Complete Circular Font, $13.85 

REMARKS FOR THE EDITOR, 

A young ictdy remarks: ff A smile is the same 
in all languages." This is not so, in Germany it 
is beer, while here in America it is usually whisky 
straight with water for a chaser, 

The country editor never troubles himself 
about cholera during the hot weather months, 
He has patent insldes, $1S34©67890 



12 Point Waverly Circular. 

10A, $1.45. 20a, $1.55. Complete Font, $3.00 

Circular Font, 30A, $3.90. 140a, $10.35. Complete Circular Font, $14.25 

"HELL BOX RETREAT," 

For the purpose of filling a long felt want, 
we shall open March £3d, 1897, a Hospital 
and Asylum for the relief and cure of the mu- 
tilated wrecks which mark the wake of the 
average Art Preservative Works, 

Cleveland Type Foundry \ 148 Cleveland^ Ohio, 



6A, $3.00. 150a, 17.75 8 Point Ivanhoe Circular. Complete Font, $10.75 

KNOCKED OUT. 

He skimmed the case at a lively pace, and ever anon his look 
sutyeyed with the fife of keen desire, the copy-burdened hook. 
And swift and sly, his wary eye each comrade's copy scanned, 
for it was no sin the "ad." to win by the speed of his good 
right hand. 

THE FIRE OF KEEN DESIRE 

Was Good as a Sentiment, but Proved a Snare. 

$123,456,789. Out of Sight. 



30A, $3.15. 140a, $8.70. 10 Point Itanhoe Circular. Complete Font, $11.85 

WATOH FOR POINTERS. 

Advertising seems to be an aft yet to be discovered 
by some people. That is, the practical part of it. A 
constant stream of water from one or more fire engines 
will soon extinguish a very large fire, while a few 
buckets of water, dashed here and there, have little or 
no effect. 

CLEVELAND TYPE FOUNDRY, 

Type Founders and Dealers in Printing Material. 

$361,269,854. 



25A, 12.95. 125a, 83.80. 12 Point Ivanhoe Circular. Complete Font, $11.75 

PROMPT SERVICE GUARANTEED. 

We supply everything needed in the Printing 
Office, and make all sales satisfactory. Should 
you be in the market, we will be most happy to 
submit an estimate. Get our prices and terms 
before placing your orders. 

Gomplete Outfits Promptly Furnished. 

$1,234,667,890. 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 149 Cleveland, Ohio, 



20A, 50a. 6 Point Cushing. $3.00 

THE Invention of Printing has always been recognized by educated men as a subject of 
importance : there is no mechanical art, nor are there any of the fine arts, about whose 
early history so many books have been written. The subject is as mysterious as it ts 
inviting. There is an unusual degree of obscurity about the origin of the first printed 
books and the lives and works of the early printers. There are records and traditions 
which cannot be reconciled of at least three distinct inventions of printing. Its early 
history is entangled with a controversy about rival inventors which has lasted for more 
than three centuries, and is not yet fully determined. In the management of this contro- 
versy, a subject intrinsically attractive has been made repulsive. The history of the 
invention of printing has been written to please national pride. German authors assert 



20A, 44a. 8 Point Cushing. $3.25 

TPHE Invention of Printing has always been recognized by educated men as 
a subject of importance : there is no mechanical art, nor are there any 
of the fine arts, about whose early history so many books have been written. 
The subject is as mysterious as it is inviting. There is an unusual degree of 
obscurity about the origin of the first printed books and the lives and works of 
early printers. There are records and traditions which cannot be reconciled 
of at least three distinct inventions of printing. Its early history is entangled 
with a controversy about rival inventors which has lasted for more than three 
centuries, and is not yet fully determined. In the management of this contr 

16A, 40a. 10 Point Cushing. $3.50 

T^HE Invention of Printing has always been recognized by edu- 
* cated men as a subject of importance. There is no mechanical 
art, nor are there any of the fine arts, about whose early history so 
many books have been written. The subject is as mysterious as it 
is inviting. There is an unusual degree of obscurity about the origin 
of the first printed books and the lives and works of the early 
printers. There are records and traditions which cannot be recon- 
ciled of at least three distinct inventions of printing. Its early histor 

14A,36a. 12 Point Cushing. ' $4.00 

THE Invention of Printing has always been recog- 
nized by educated men as a subject of importance : 
there is no mechanical art, nor are there any of the 
fine arts about whose early history so many books 
have been written. The subject is as mysterious as 
it is inviting. There is an unusual degree of obscurity 
about the origin of the first printed books and the lives 
and works of the early printers. There are records 

Cleveland Type Foundry \ 150 Cleveland, Ohio. 



10A, $1.30. 52a, $3.10. 



12 Point Ivy. 



Complete Font, $4.40 



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£|>eareeljr ar|y otl]er brarjehi of skilled rrjcLusfcry, 
irivolviT]g as irjiiel] capital ar](i iritelligeriee for its 



grofi table ^roseeutiori as tl^e (Serieral ^rir[tirig Hpus:i= 
rjess, Iqas suel] eorj tr ache tor y ar|cL wicLeljr varying 
charges for* its pro 3. nets. 

^proprietors of offices arieL tl|ose wl)o l\ave tl]eir| 
iri charge, "bjave, irj too rr\az\y eases, aeLogtecl xio starieL= 
are! whereby to estimate labor, eox]suTr}ptio:ri of ii|a= 
tenal, wear, waste, ax]el otl)er expenses. T^ey si:rqply 
guess at tl]e ^griee ariel trust to luel^ for tTqe results. 



10A.S1.30. 52a, $3.10. 



12 Point Ivy, No. 2. • 



Complete Font, $4.40 




TpTol much the pretty maiden said. 

eside the young man sitting; 
Her cheeks uuere flushed a rosy red, 
Ijler eyes bent on her knitting. 

Tfhe abundant supply of excellent and beautiful typo= 
graphic appliances of eoery description nou? presented to 
the choice of the printer, and the cultioated tastes and often 
exacting caprices of his patrons, render it not only compar= 
atiuely easy but uery necessary for him to attain to excel= 
lence in ujorkmanship. 



(papital ^tock $8,000,000, preferred 



Cleveland Type Foundry f 



151 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 




12A, $0.96. 24a, $1.15. 9 Point Signet. Complete JFont, $2.10 

A Ijat is tlje capop^ of t^oug^t, t^e roof of inpaglipatioip. 
A Ipi^b I?** ** a proper loft for loft^ ioeas aipo tlpiipjjs to sl^ip arouipo irp 

A soft Ipat ofteip coVers Iparo tlpouglpts 



O, Happiness ! our being's erpo ai?o ainp, 

Gooo, Pleasure, fiase, Gorpterpt, Vvlpate'er tlpvj ipanpe: 

Plaipt of celestial seeo ; if oroppeo beloW, 

5a^, ■ rp W^at nportal soil tlpou oeigip'st to groW ? 

$ 1234S67590 ? 



"Strangers. 11 0\), it is a sacreo Woro! fie l^iipo to tlpenp. Slpeir 
Iponpes npa\fl be afar, tlpeir Ipearts npa^ be brol^eip, aipo a K"?° oeeo, a K'7° 
Woro to tlpery npavj be lil^e oeW to a faiiptiipg floWer. 



10A, $1.40. 20a, $1.30. 12 Point Signet. Complete Font, $2.70 

J^iclparSso^'s Patent Miijirjg Sool 

A sure ayb rxxpeSitious .npstrur^ei^t for 1 eipetratiipg aip& 

excaVatiipg Micaceous, Auriferous Slpale 

$ 1234S67S90 ? 



Slpe triur^plp of Greatioij, tfpe pri6e of eVervj ipatioij 
Is r^ig^tvj Mai? — a sljaft of arpir^ate^ gas — 
MaSe of tlpe eler^eipts of grass aipS garden sass. 
A9S Ijis life is but tlje tN/viip^liijg of aij e\^e, 
AijS Ipe liVes tlpe little tN/viip^le but to b\e. 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 152 Cleveland, Ohio. 



8A,$2.00. 16a, $1.85. 



18 Point Signet. 



Complete Font, $3.8e 



DoWip b\^ t\]e 016 Gar^ei^ Gate 
62 Sen^perar^ce Principles Yioleiptl^ Qplpeli 

$1234567590 

Ko^ alt^ Zr fygl^teousipess 



6A, $2.30. 12a, $2.10. 



24 Point Signet. 



Complete Font, $4.40 



R obert Buries 8r Go. 

Noting Venture Dot^iipg Gaii^e^ 
Slje J^es of Marcl?, 1576 



4A,$3.85. 8a, $2.75. 



36 Point Signet. 



Complete Font, $6.60 



f{*WV \Goo^. 



GleVel 



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Cleveland Type Foundry t 



153 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



18A. 12 Point Acadian. 82.70 

WIMxIflffi ift^KIGSS 

MID THE VIMsIftG STIM* PURSUED HE^ 

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12A, $2.70. 12a, $2.10. 18 Point Acadian, No. 2. Complete Font, $4.80 

to 1 ? BY TOE gffiVEHND ^YPE F©UIW 

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10A, $3.15. 10a, $2.85. 22 Point Acadian, No. 2. Complete Font, $6.00 

D&raEt's Bund ©f 

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8A, $3.45. 8a, $3.20. 24 Point Acadian, No. 2. Complete Font, $6.65 





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Cleveland Type Foundry, 154 Cleveland, Ohio. 



8A, 11.85. 16a, S1.75. 22 Point Acadian, No. 3. Complete Font, 13.60 

Kiijg luemlek ©f vgiljea^ f\ev0lteel 
feaesful (6ultivati0i2 456Y3 Flepal Beauties 



6A, $1.90. 12a, $1.85. 24 Point Acadian, No. 3. Complete Font, (3.75 

4 Beauty, Yeutl) Fortune 6Y 




Revei 5 ffiixes in tt^e Street Brawls 



4A, $2.15. 8a, $1.95. 30 Point Acadian, No. 3. Complete Font, $4.10 

?eaee fonteptmeDt 







12A. 18 Point Acadian, No. 4. $2.50 

afflBELg OF BLOSSOflQS 
GflRLMDS OF LOW FOLIAGE 




10A. 22 Point Acadian, No. 4. $2.85 

PIGKEB UP EVERY PLAGE 



8A. 24 Point Acadian, No. 4. $3.10 

Pi^ffig, &PJp & (50. 

Cleveland Type Foundry \ 155 Cleveland \ Ohio. 




8A, $2.10. 16a, 82.00. 18 Point Cirrous. Complete Font, $4.10 

SSigg %\z Dead dear's Dirge 
^mg-Tailed Ren^aij Designed' fce Jjjeld Fasfe 



6A, $2.70. 12a, (2.25. 24 Point Cirrous, Complete Font, $4.95 

Jeyeus greeting %ill 
Senegal Inf0Hr>ati0r? foF Kearneys 






4A, $3.45. 8a, $2.65. 36 Point Cirrous. Complete Font, $6.10 

Temble JMislake 



#dpd Gupieusly Spacefill 










Cleveland Type Foundry ; 156 Clweland, Ohio. 



8A, $1.35. 16a, $1.50. 18 Point Walton. Complete Font, $2.85 

TJIE FEW P#IN QUESTIONS 

EVery Maq Understands Jlis OWn Business Best 

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6A t $1.55. 12a, $1.60. 24 Point Walton. Complete Font, $3.15 

AMORISTS BUHLESQUED 

Glances Moderq Their Feelings Obscure 

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5A, $1.80. 10a, $1.85. 30 Point Walton. Complete Font, $3.65 

ARTFUL SPES 

3 First Quarterly yinnoiqcement 5 



4A, $2.20. 8a, $1.95. 36 Point Walton. Complete Font, $4.15 

GLOSS BLI6K INK 




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Cleveland Type Foundry, 157 Cleveland, Ohio. 



5A, Ornamental Caps, $1.05 12 Point Oxford, No. 2. 5A, 12A, Complete, $2.40 

12A, Plain Caps, $1.35 



ffttE wiNb Conscious of J^ectitUDe 



34 Wight ®iaHk Sheets 56 



4A, Ornamental Caps, $1.00 18 Point Oxford, No. 2. 
10A, Plain Caps, 32.60 




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4A, 10A, Complete, $4.20 



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3A, Ornamental Caps, $1.60 24 Point Oxford, No. 2. 

8A, Plain Caps, $2.95 



3A, 8A, Complete, $4.55 




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3A, Ornamental Caps, $3.20 36 Point Oxford, No. 2. 

6A, Plain Caps, $3.75 



3A, 6A, Complete, $6.95 







OMES 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



158 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



12A. 12 Point Oxford. No. 3. $1.35 

UNITEb STATES SENATE 

YOU RAVE A SP/\RTA, ADORtf IT CICERO 

67 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 98 



10A. 18 Point Oxford. No. 3. $2.61 

/\Bove the HoBle Rivers 
345 mount bi^nc 678 



8A. 24 Point Oxford, No. 3. $2.95 

CLOTHING SR^Uj^K 
234 VULGAR 597 



6A. 36 Point Oxford, No. 3. $3.75 

CIAY MOULDS 

HUNTER 




Cleveland Type Foundry, 159 Cleveland, Ohio. 



6 Point No. 21 Elandkay. 
40A. $1.25 

DYNAMITE EXPLOSI2N IN CHELSEA 

MANY BUILDINGS BLOWN 1*3 INTO FRAGMENTS 

FOURTEEN FERSONS KILLED 



6 Point No. 22 Elandkay. 
40A. $1.25 

PHYSICAL LAWS CONTROLLED 

DESTRUCTIVE FORCE 38 OF ATflOSFHERE 

TRUTHFUL STATESAEfi 



30A. 6 Point No. 23 Elandkay. $1.50 

BABBLING BROOKLETS SWEETLY MEANDER DOWN HILLSIDE 
GREAT DEEDS OPTTIMES ACCOMPLISHED $582 UNDER MANY DIFFICULTIES 

30A. 6 Point No. 24 Elandkay. $1.50 

TH2UGHTFUL COMPOSITORS HEED FLIGHT OF TlflE 
UNSCRUPULOUS WORKMAN $978 REWARDED WITH AN INCREASE 



24A. 



12 Point No. 25 Elandkay. 

TRADITIONS AND RECORDS RECONCILED 



$1.50 



ADEQUATE PREPARATION 46 SANGUINE EXPECTATION 



18 A. 



12 Point No. 26 Elandkay. 



$1.50 



MANAGING THE CONTROVERSY* 
SUBJECT ATTRACTIVE 409 EARLY HISTORY 



16A. 



12 Point No. 27 Elandkay. 



$1.50 



WINTER TAKES HIMSELF AWAY 
QENTLE ZEPHYRS 25 COOLIflG ARDOR 



14A. 



18 Point No. 28 Elandkay. 



$1.75 



SEASONABLE OPENINGS 
BALL GRANKS 93 IN BLOSSOn 



12A. 



18 Point No. 29 Elandkay. 



$2.00 



JOYOUS SPRINGTIME 
EAST WIMD 38 PNEUMONIA 



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160 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



3A, Complete Font, $2.00. 28 Point Capital Mortised, 






MORTISED. 








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VW^X 




3A, Complete Font, $2.60. 36 Point Capital Mortised. 











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Complete Alphabet. 



161 



Cleveland \ Ohio* 






4A. 18 Point Euclid Initials. $1.10 







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4A. 24 Point Euclid Initials. $1.65 







3A. 



30 Point Euclid Initials. 



$2.00 






3A. 



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36 Point Euclid Initials. 



$2.55 






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Cleveland Type Foundry, 



162 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



3A. 



48 Point Euclid Initials. 



$4.85 







3A. 



GO Point Euclid Initials, 



$6.70 









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3A. 



72 Point Euclid Initials. 



$8.00 





I 




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163 



Cleveland^ Ohio 






8A, 28a. 24 Point Columbian. $4.40 

feIebr<Sfing •% landing af (oItin)btis 

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6A, 16a. 30 Point Columbian. 85.10 

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5A, 10a. 42 Point Columbian. $6.00 

Printing Inddstrg Fxhjbited 



4A, 6a. 48 Point Columbian. $6.70 

(on)n)erciaI T^dVartfage 



3A, 5a. 60 Point Columbian. $7.95 

[aketown fTrroinfls 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 164 Cleveland, Ohio. 



10A, 81.35. 18a, $1.40. 

18 Point Initials, 4A, $1.10. 



10 Point Euclid. 



4A f 10A, 18a, Complete Font, $3.85 



Qfrarqiiiatical (jo^versatiorj 



Dispatches Were Qtiickly Forwarded to Worttj 



335 




10A,$1.55, 18a, 81.55. 

24 Point Initials, 4A, $1.65. 



12 Point Euclid. 



4A, 10A, 18a, Complete Font, $4.75 



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ndsome Ribbons 



Sagacious Prints 567 Yawing Horribly 



8A.S2.40. 14a, $2.35. 

30 Point Initials, 3A, $2.00. 



18 Point Euclid. 



3A, 8A, 14a, Complete Font, $6.75 




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Cleveland, Ohio. 



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18 A, 32a. 8 Point Skjald. $3.00 

HSMBST RATIO 

Defaulter's Route-Boo^ of Foreign 

Excursions 
Pleasantly 65d S^ovinjj 

10A, 14a. 12 Point Skjald. $5.00 

3 Never Came §ad$ 

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16A, 32a. 10 Poinn Skjald. 



$3.50 



$hh CiGDD3 

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Organisation 

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14 A, 24a. 18 Point Skjald. 



$4.00 



6 Drawings I 



8 A, 10a. 



24 Point Skjald. 



$5.50 



MEATIER 

Favorite 6 Advantages 



6A, 8a. 



36 Point Skjald. 



$7.50 



HORpN 

Trained 80 Dogs 



4A, 5a. 



48 Point Skjald. 



$8.65 



Bloe $5 Sttlp 



4A, 5a. 



60 Point Skjald. 



$10.35 



Old 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 




Man 



170 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 



6 Point Unique Celtic, 



22 A, 35a. 






$2.50 



7VRCTIC BREEZES 
Forerunners of Snow 

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18A, 



10 Point Unique Celtic. 



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$— i «."U 



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8 Point Unique Celtic. 

20A, 32a. f'.'.60 

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House Furniture Wanted 

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12 Point Unique Celtic. 



15A, 22a. 



$3.00 



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12A, 18a. 



14 Point Unique Celtic. 



$3.25 



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Throughout our Productions 23 






10A, 14a. 



18 Point Unique Celtic. 



$3.60 



61 MEMBERS Discouraged 



7A, 10a. 



24 Point Unique Celtic. 



$4.05 



SILE/NT Listeners 




6A, 8a. 







30 Point Unique Celtic. 



$5.35 




Hours 









4A, 6a. 



36 Point Unique Celtic. 



$6.20 




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171 



Cleveland ' Ohio. 

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6 Point Armoric. 

16A, $0.95. 22a, |0.65. Complete Font, $1.60 

yankeje; boys 

Sing Wild Mi<iriial\t Alarms 

Quixotic Ki\ight 

Held, by the Brawny Arm 

123*4 E^ven.i«ge 5078 



8 Point Aemoric. 

UA, $1.10. 20a, $0.70. Complete Font, $1.80 

east maze; 

Erstwhile Hxey Sighted 

Loi\e Quilp 

Sell Fai\cy -Articles 

234 Everx SG7 



12A,$1.25. 18a, $0.85. 



10 Point Armoric. 



Complete Font, $2.10 



PLEASANT PASTIMES 



Tl\e Path to Success is Commor\ Sense 

Comma r\d Hi^lrj. Prices 
1235 After tlie Floods 6789 



IDA, $1.25. 16a, $1.00. 



12 Point Armoric. 



Complete Font, $2.25 



WISHING TO IMPORT 
Berjold ttje Cheese Ki\ife of Titipu. 

Held fc>y tl\e E^r^emy 
133 in Grar(d Array 576 



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172 



Cleveland, Okie. 



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8A> $l.o(J. lift* $1«oOi 



18 Point Armoric. 



Complete Font, $3.15 




OLD 

Graqd Amazon Marcl^ 

123 Come High 568 






6A,$2.05. 10a, $2.05. 



24 Point Armoric, 



Complete Font, $4.10 



NOURISH 

Ambitious Prir^ts 

Hiram 





4A, $3.25. 8a, $3.a5, 



36 Point Armoric. 



Complete Font, $6.60 




A.F 




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The following letters are cast with each size* 




K 



w 



H 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



173 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



46A, 50a. 



10 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2. 



$3.25 



MOST BEAUTIFUL SPECIMENS OF LETTER-PRESS PRINTING WITH SUPERIOR BINDING 



very Carefully Revised Histories of Justly celebrated Ancient and Modem Characters Nearly Completed 

The Most Beautiful specimen oi letter-Press Printing wilt) Extra Superior Binding 39 



40 A f 44a. 



12 Point Facade Condensed. No. 2. 

YOUR COMPANY WITH LADIES RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED 



$o»7d 



Franklin Typographical societies Fourth Grand Annum Christmas 




and supper 



Your Company with Ladies Respectfully solicited on that Evening 25 



30 A, 34a. 



16 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2. 



DISTANT SUNNY CLIMES, AND WHEN GENTLE 










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$4.00 







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28A, 32a. 







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18 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2, 








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$4,75 






20A, 24a. 




i- 

24 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2, 





SHI 



$5.00 





16 A, 20a. . 



30 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2, 





16A, 20a- 









36 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2. 






$6.00 




$7.00 





Cleveland Type Foundry, 



174 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



14A, 18a . 



42 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2. 



88.25' 







12 A, 16a. 



48 Point Facade Condensed, No, 2. 



$9 00 







12A, 16a, 



54 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2, 



$10.75 






i 



12A, 16a, 



60 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2. 



$12 50 





9A, 12a. 



72 Point Facade Condensed, No. 2, 



613.50 






Cleveland Type Foundry, 



175 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



33A, 6 Point.Facade. $1.50 

LARGE TRAVELLING MENAGERIES, CONTAINING SOME OF THE HOST REMARKABLE ANIMALS AND THINGS 

•4 PLEASE SECURE YOUR SEATS EARLY. EXHIBITION TICKETS ARE ONLY 75 D» 



36A. 8 Point Facade. 11.75 

FASHIONABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WILL BE OFFERED AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES 
^CIRCULARS AND DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUES ARE NEARLY READY 4r> 



30A. 10 Point Facade. $2.00 

PROCURED THE ONLY CORRECT SOUVENIRS OF THE STATUE OF LIBERTY 
^ENLIGHTENING THE WORLD AND CALENDAR 93> 



25A. 12 Point Facade. $2.25 

THE ECHOING STEPS OF WORSHIPPERS DEPARTED, WHEN THE 
ORGAN'S PEALING VOICE WAS HUSHED AND 45 



18A. 18 Point Facade. . $2.75 

GERMAN ENGRAVING MAGHINE PERFECTED 
FINEST RESULTS OBTAINED 23 



16A. 20 Point Facade. $3.00 

RETURN TELEGRAM FROM REPORTER 
REMARKABLE DISCOVERY 69 

12A. 24 Point Facade. $3.25 

SUMMER EXCURSION SCHEMES 

SUPERB BOATING 38 

Cleveland Type Foundry \ 176 Cleveland \ Ohio. 



9A. 30 Point Facade. $3.50 



COUNTRY COM 





8A. 36 Point Facade. $4.00 

DREADFUL SUFFERING 



6A. 42 Point Facade. $4.25 

GEOGRAPHICAL 



5A. 48 Point Facade. $4.75 




ING MAID 



5A. 54 Point Facade. $5.50 




5A, 60 Point Facade. $6.50 





Cleveland Type Foundry, 177 Cleveland, Ohio. 



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8 Point Ivanhoe. 

L2A, $1.20. 20a. $1.20. Complete Font, $2.4C 

LAUGH AND THE 
Wotld Snlckefs With You, But 

Weep and You Weep 
$21365 Quite Alone 9083S 



10 Point Ivanhoe. 

10A, $1.15. 18a, $1.20. Complete Foot, f 2.35 

WHEN GLAD YOUR 

Friends Will Be Many, Be 
Sad and You 

$1234 Will Lose §678 



10A, $1.20. 16a, 81.20. 



12 Point Ivanhoe. 



Complete Font, $2.40 



EVERY ONE OF THE SUNSHINE 

Friends Who Stuck Fast to Him While Mis Ducats 
Lasted, Alas 1 $12345 Quite Gone 



8A, $1.50. 14a, $1.55. 



16 Point Ivanhoe. 



Complete Font, $3.05 



HE IS A PLAIN HONEST MAN 

The Parliament of Man the Federation 

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8A, $2.00. 12a t $1.75. 



18 Point Ivanhoe. 



Complete Font, $3.75 



FRIENDS ARE MANY 

Be Sad And You Lose Them All 
Your $123456 Wine 



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178 



Cleveland, O /t/£ o •. 



6A, $2.35. 10a, 82.40. 24 Point Itanhoe. Complete Font, $4.75 

BUT ALONE YOU 

Must Drink of Life's Gall 

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4A, $2.S0. 6a, $2.35. 30 Point Ivanhoe. Complete Font, $5.25 

IN THE MALLS 

■ 

Of Mirth Gaily Sine} 

$123589 



4A, $3.30. 5a, $2.20. 36 Point Ivanhok. Complete Font, $5.50 

YOU BET 






Use Slang 

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Cleveland Type Foundry \ 179 Cleveland, Ohio. 




10A, 14a. 18 Point Typo. $2.40 

COMPENSATORY 

Government Positions 
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8A, 10a. 24 POINT Typo. $2.86 

UNRELIABLE 

Lightning Gaugers 

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6A V 9a. 



30 Point Typo. &*& 



AMERICAN 6HENILLE 

Ornamental Window Curtains 



5A, 7a. 



36 Point Typo. $*' 70 



Remarkable DISCOVERY 



4A, 6a. 



48 Point Typo. S 5 ' 25 



HIGHWAY Inspectors 



3A,4a. 




Cleveland Type Foundry, 



60 Point Typo. ^• 00 

TALENT 



180 Cleveland, Ohio. 



20A, 30a. 12 Point Childs. 83.60 

UNANSWERED 
Regimental Problem 

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84.50 



8A, 12a. 24 Point Childs. 

SCENIC 



Photograph 



12A, 18a. 18 Point Childs. 84.10 

AMAZONS 

Robust Soldier 

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6A, 9a. 30 Point Childs. 85.1£ 

RIFkE 

Dynamite 



5A, 8a. 



36 Point Childs. 



86.30 



COMIC Valentines 



4A, 6a. 



48 Point Childs. 



88.35 



Freight 



DOCK 



3A, 5a. 



60 Point Childs. 



810.65 





Cleveland Type Foundry^ 



181 



Cleveland \ Ohio. 



20A, 40a. 12 Point Rubens. 83.00 

SODDEK DEPIflND FOB PKEY ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE 

Supply of Loanable Funds for Stock-gam Exchange Purposes Reduced 

79 misfortunes Tremendousig Discounted 45 



12A, 24a. 18 Point Rubens. 83.25 

DESTRUCTIVE WOBK OF H HURRICANE 

en Easiren Coast of Wagascar, Buildings Deraoiisncfl 

75 flimosptt Castles 26 



10A, 20a. 24 Point Rubens. 84.25 

BUILDING LAWS TO BE DISCUSSED 

Forming a Hew Bureau made Special Orders 



ite 738 Skeeters 




8A, 16a. 30 Point Rubens. 84.50 




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Conpiele Bronze 94 Hgire, Colossal Size 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 182 Cleveland, Ohio. 



8A, 16a, 



36 Point Rubens. 




$5.00 




6A, 12a. 



42 Point Rubens. 




5pO.o0 





5A, 10a. 



48 Point Rubens. 



$6.00 



BUILDING 





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4A, 8a. 



60 Point Rubens 



$7.50 






4A, 8a. 



72 Point Rubens. 




^plU.^o 





Cleveland lype Foundry \ 



183 



Cleveland^ Ohio, 



12A, 24a. 12 Point Duerer. $3.00 



18345 THE REAL GEHTLEHIEN 67890 

The Real Gentleman Should tie Gentle in Everything That 

Depends on Himself— in Carriage, Temper 

Constructions, pirns, Desires 



10A, 20a. 18 Point Dukbkk. $3.25 

REDMRKABLE RAILROAD EXTENSION 

Fast Passenger Trains Leave Union Station 
46 Epipped witn Dining Gars 37 



8A, 16a. 24 Point Duerer. $4.00 

GOOD CLEAN PRESSWORK 

Satisfied Patrons, Better Prices 
Pleased Advertisers W 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 184 Cleveland, Ohio. 



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4 A, 8a. 36 Point Duerer. $4.75 

CLHSSIB WRITERS 

Popularltu HdilBTBd 




3A, 6a. 48 Point Duerer. 66.00 

African 64 WARS 



3A, 6a. 60 Point Duerer. $9.00 





3A, 5a. 72 Point Dukrer. $10.00 






Cleveland Type Foundry \ 185 Clweland^ Ohio. 




30A,50a. 6 Point Howland. $2.25 28A,40a. 8 Point Howland. $2.50 



EVEKTS OF THE REVOLUTION 

Daring: and Heroic 28 Feats of Valorous 



HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS 

Pressmen Club 45 Entertainments 



24A, 36a. 10 Point Howland. $2.75 

SPLENDID EXHIBITION OF ART NOVELTIES 

The Invention of Printing was ?6 Considered by Educated Men 

20 A, 30a. 12 Point Howland. $3.00 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES 

Berean Lessons and Books 217 of a Select Nature 



12A, 20a. 18 Point Howland. 93.25 

CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN 

The Standard of Neatness $2 Supplies a Want 



10 A, 16a. 24 Point Howland. $4.00 

MAGNIFICENT DISPLAYS 

Typographical £T Monuments 



HA, 12a. 30 Point Howland. 15.00 

METROPOLITAN 

Stereopticon 24 Additions 

6 A , 1 Oa . 42 Poi xt H o w l and. $6.00 



Marshal 7 CONQUEST 



5 A, 8a. 48 Point Howland. $7.C0 

Manhattan 4 MEN 



Cleveland Type Foundry f 186 CI eve I and f Ohio. 



24 A, 36a. 6 Point De Vinne. $2.25 

DEVICE FOR LIGHTING CARS BY ELECTRICITY 
: Interesting: Lives of Many Celebrated Characters in Ancient and Modern History 

Invented Labor* Saving Method of Lear in g G rammer 

22 A, 30a. 8 Point Dk Vinne. $2.50 

BRIGHTENED THE DREARY LANDSCAPES 
Furnish Beautifully Designed Articles of Furniture on Approval 

Unique Rosewood Household Effects $14 

' 20A, 26a. 10 Point De Vinne. $2.75 

LATEST PRINTING INVENTIONS 
Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of United States 

Delightful Round Trips Contemplated £9 



16A, 20a. 12 Point De Vinne. $3.00 

ENTERPRISING SALESMEN 
Dainty Egyptian Ornaments Lately Received 

$12355 Hotel 67890 



12A, 18a. 14 Point De Vinne. $3.25 

BEAUTIFUL SUNSHINE 
Humane Emancipation Proclamations 

Intelligent Animals 



10A, 16a. 18 Point De Vinne. ., $3.25 

CHOIR SINGfcRS 
Kingly Authority Now Satisfied 

Union Supply Company 

8A, 10a. 24 Point De Vinne. $4.00 

HOME ROADS 
Twelve Coming Events 

Operatic $5 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 187 Cleveland, Ohio. 




6A, 9a. 



30 Point De Vinne. 



$5.00 



SOriETHING 

Poetical Language 

Hungarian 



5A, 8a. 



36 Point De Vinne. 



$5.50 



REGULAR 



Harshly 



Define 



Gallantry 



4A, 6a. 



42 Point De Vi-nne 



$7.25 



EUROPE 



Sends 



Notice 



4A, 5a. 



48 Point De Vixnk. 



$7.75 






Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



188 



Cleveland % Ohio 



4A t 5a. 54 Point De Vinne. $10.25 

TEACH 
Fret flind 



4A, 5a. 60 Point De Vinne. $12.25 

FINDS 
Rich Girl 



4A, 5a. 72 Point De Vinne. $17.00 

Hoe Tip 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 189 Cleveland, Ohio. 



20A, 40a. 



10 Point Lincoln. 

* 

WITH CONSTANT MOTION AS THE MOMENTS GLIDE 



82.00 



Behold in Running Life the Rolling Tide ! For None Can Stem by Art nor 

* 

Stop by Power the Flowing Ocean or the 
Fleeting Hour, But Wave by Wave Pursued Arrive and Dash 
246 Upon the Shore With a Terrible Force 378 - 



12A, 24a. 



12 Point Lincoln. 



$£tZt) 



HUNGRY AND THIRSTY SOULS GOME 



Early and Eat and Drink Yourself to Death Without Cost 

Everything Strictly First Glass 

And Guaranteed to Kill Anybody in Seventeen 

24 Sittings, Don't Fail to Gall 57 



10A, 20a. 



18 Point Lincoln. 



$2.75 



REMARKABLE DELINEATOR 



Beautifully Designed Wrappers Furnished 

Necessary 345 Regulation 



8A, 16a. 



21 Point Lincoln. 



3po fl OU 



D0GUMENT RETURNED 



Expected Gircumstantial Evidence 

k 

Ornaments 35 Received 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



190 



Cleveland^ Ohio, 



■MB 



6A, 12a, 



30 Point Lincoln. 



$3.75 



PROCLAMATION 



Remarkable 37 Performance 



Handsome Souvenirs 



5A, 10a 



36 Point Lincoln, 



$4.75 



NEWSPAPERS 



Peculiar 564 Instances 



Advertisement 



4A t 8a. 



48 Point Lincoln 



$6.00 



DISTINCTION 



Harvest 




Secure 




Cleveland Type Foundry, 



191 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



L 



18A, 36a. 10 Point Douglas. $2.40 

DEMANDS FOR READERS QUIGKLY FILLED 
Universal Publishers' Trust Association is ftereby Pleased 

Announce to all Literary Aspirants 

Throughout the World, that it has Perfected Laws 

45 Indiscriminate Book Devourers 35 



12A, 24a. 12 Point Douglas. $2.10 

REGIMENTAL DISGIPLINARIAN 
Never in the History of Job Printing has there 

Been such a Marked Advance 
Improvement of Printing Materials Used 

Better and Quicker 234 



10A, 20a. 18 Point Douglas. S3.30 

RETURN DELEGATE 
Popular Telegraphic Movements 

Republican 346 Alderman 



8A, 16a. 24 Point Douglas. $4.30 

CONTRIBUTION 

Beautiful Features Scarce 
Rustic 345 Scenes 

Cleveland Type Foundry ; 192 Cleveland, Ohio. 




6A, 12a. 30 Point Douglas. $4.45 

HANDSOMER 



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Highest 978 Gbarges 

Flans Drawn 



4A, 8a. 36 Point Douglas. $4.90 

OREGONIAN 



Newer 34 Graves 






Remained 



3A, 6a. 48 Point Douglas. 16.25 

PROMISE 



Great 3 Bouts 



Cleveland Type Foundry % 193 Cleveland^ Okia, 




to, 



24A. 



6 Point Alaskan, 



$1/0 



THE WIND IS QUITE INVITING, AND IT»S GETTING DOWN 

TO PLMY, WMERB TAB SILVERY PERCH ARE BITING IN THE COOL 

1234-5 LAKES FAR AWAY. THE VIOLETS 67690 



16A. 8 Point Alaskan. $1.70 

TME NONDESCRIPT SAID TO BE HALF 
COUSIN TO DUDES AND UNCLE TO CZARS 125 



12A. 10 Point Alaskan. 81.7C 

THROUGH TRAIN TO WISDOMTOWN 
23 CONDUCTOR BRAIN 69 



10A. 12 Point Alaskan. 82.05 

678 ELOCUTIONARY POWER 



8A. 



18 Point Alaskan. 




$3.65 





6A. 



24 Point Alaskan. 




$4.50 



47 NET 



4A. 



36 Point Alaskan. 




86.00 




3A. 



48 Point Alaskan. 



RIM 



87.30 




Cleveland Type Foundry, 



194 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



6 Point Old Style Bold. 



16A, 22a. 







$3.00 




10 Point Old Style Bold. 
14A, 18a. * $3.50 




18 A, 24a. 



8 Point Old Style Bold. 



$3.50 







12 Point Old Style Bold. 
14 A, 18a. . $4.00 




Curve Joint 





7A, 10a. 



18 Point Old Style Bold. 



$4.50 






O A i * £L« 



24 Point Old Style Bold. 



16.00 






4A, 6a. 



36 Point Old Style Bold. 



$9.50 







4A, 6a. 






48 Point Old Style Bold. 



$15.00 








Cleveland Type Foundry ' 



195 



Cleveland \ Ohio. 




8A, $2.55. 16a, 83.25. 22 Point Chameleon . Complete Pont, $5.80 




altz ID nee More 




andy louses in the j|oeks 

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6A, $3.00. 12a, $3.75. 30 Point Chameleon. Complete Font, $6.75 



(Urow ^ ^obin 




oravian Kard Mutter 

34 Sime 59 





4A, $4.50. 8a, $4.00. 42 Point Chameleon. Complete Font, $8.50 

eautiful Uhromos 

14 Elow 87 

Cleveland Type Foundry \ 196 Clweldnd, Ohio* 



10A, $1.15. 20a, $1.20. 12 Point Alpine. Complete Font, $2^5 

« fa fyovi? Li«U of flinjself of of fl»> Wod© 
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8A, $1.65. 16a, $2.00 18 Point Alpine. Complete Font, $3.66 

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6A, $2.15. 12a, $2.20. 24 Point Alpine. Complete Font, $4.35 



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4A, $3.15. 8a v $2.65. 36 Point Alpine. Complete Font, $5.80 




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Cleveland Type Foundry, 197 Cleveland \ Ohio. 



6A, Plain Caps, $1.65. 

6A, Ornamental Caps, $1.95. 

12a, Lower Case, $1.60. Ornaments, $1.50. 



18 Point Mikado. 



t/lje f oontv^ S*^** JVftW 



Complete Font, $6.70 







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FW Jy<»^ tl^c c<'t/ r voU */\o U* 



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6A, Plain Caps, $2.35. 

6A, Ornamental Caps, $2.50. 

12a, Lower Case, $2.00. Ornaments, $2.00. 



24 Point Mikado. 



Complete Font, $8.85 



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Cleveland Type Foundry > 



198 



Cleveland, Ohio* 



4A, Plain Caps, $2.85. 

4A, Ornamental Cape, $3.30. 

8a, Lower Case, $2.25. Ornaments, $2.25. 



36 Point Mikado. 



Complete Font, $10.65 




S(> feitly i)cb< ate* to 
M(J /la/eyty, JIMcaoo, # 



3A, Plain Caps, $3.45. 

3A, Ornamental Caps, $3.60. 

6a, Lower Case, $2.70. Ornaments, $2.75. 



48 Point Mikado. 



Complete Font, $12.50 



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199 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



10A, 12.00. 18*. $1.90. 12 Ponrr Elberok. No. 2." Complete Font, 13.90 

IiIVK WITHOUT POETRY 

* 

Mtislc aijd Books but tljc Civilized Mai) 
123 Cai)i*ot Iilve Without Cooks 456 



8A, t2J6. 14*. *2^0. 18 Point Elbkhon, No. 2. Complete Font, $5.25 

12 GJH^TS 345 
Tljc Woijdcrli^gs of a Iiovcr 



6A f 93.50. 10a, $3.20. 24 Point Elberon, No. 2. Complete Font, $6.70 

123 BI^OJID 578 
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4A t $5.50. 6a, $3.30. 36 Point Elberon, No. 2. Complete Font, $8.80 

34 HOPE 57 

Beijd tlje Kijee 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 200 Cleveland, Ohio. 




10A, 




18 Point Ideal, 








9 




$2.85 






























7A. 



24 Point Ideal. 



$3.00 































5A. 



36 Point Ideal. 



$4.80 



















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12A. 9 Point Chinese*. W»20 

COUKSC T*K€N BY MOUNTAM MOOKSKMCKS 

€XPOUN»MG UPOH BOSSiSM. 



10A. 12 Point Chinese. W»60 

MESOPOTAMIA 
TH€ QUARRY WK€R€ CWKTS GR€W 

W€S7€RR CORTMCRT. 



8A. 



18 Point Chinese. $2.25 



CXCC1SJOK 
LOST W670RY 



6A. 



24 Point Chinese. *2.40 



saint yw€ *jjl€y 

fj.owmg 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 202 Cleveland, Ohio. 



Point Ravbn. 
14A. $1.65 



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THIH FklWIR IB BENT 
TIM WEBT 



9 Point Raven. 
12A. $1.80 



laAHT HQURB 

HILiENT NIGHTS 

SWEET 



10A. 



12 Point Ravkn. 



$2.15 



HOME TWISTERS 
THE STREETS HP EHENT 

SMOKE NINE 



8A. 



18 Point Raven. 



13.00 



BREVIER 
FAHEm FLOWERS 

FkY KITES 



6A. 



24 Point Ravkn. 



$3.70 



REFLECTION 

ENTICE 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



203 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



6A,&50. 12* $2.60. 



24 Point Signet Shads. 



Complete Font, 15.00 





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4A,$3.90. 8a, 83.40. 



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36 Point Signet Shade. 



Complete Font, $7.30 




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10A. 



18 Point Rembrandt. 



•2.00 




hiNe seekj^s 



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OjlEE^ SHOVED 



7A. 



24 Point Rembrandt. 




TRllEJi 
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12.15 





5A. 



36 Point Rembrandt. 



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$2.85 




Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



206 



Cleveland > Ohio, 



6A,$2.00, 12a, $2.50. 



24 Point Argent. 



Complete Font, $4.50 
















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4A, $3.75. 8a, $2.75. 



36 Point Argent. 



Complete Font, $6.50 




















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Cleveland Type Foundry , 



206 



■ 

Cleveland* Ohio 



10A,$2.15. 18a, $2.15. 



12 Point Astral, No. 2. 



Complete Font, (4.30 



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8A,$2.90. 14a, $2.75. 



18 Point Astral, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $5.65 









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6A,$3.50. 10a, $3.45. 



24 Point Astral, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $6.95 















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4A,$5.50. 6a, $3.65 



36 Point Astral, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $9.15 















Cleveland Type Foundry t 



207 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



10A, 12.15. 18s, $2.40. 



12 Point Auroral, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $4.55 



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8A, $3.00. 14a. $3.05. 18 Point Auroral, No. 2. Complete Font, $6.05 

®® Fe^fflaaf ® Mate© B$©i$©y 



6A,$3.80. 10ft, $3.45. 



24 Point Auroral, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $7.25 




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4A,$5.75. 6a, $3.95. 






36 Point Auroral, No. 2. 



Complete Font, $9.70 











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208 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



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14 A, SI. 45. 30a, $1.20. 

^ ^Ta : i3an daw a Jraai* ana day 



^InnrQaiih her in an ^ngry ^ay, 



9 Point Interlakkn. 



Complete Font, S2.65 



|Tha ,]Jiaiaen himed ta Jiwiftly flae 
m3 ^la^gae" around the naare^i tree, 




£* Jaaaantiful ^mainantal %y%& JLuitahla far ^fine ^jfark 



TM4SfiTSafl $ 




6 A, $2,a5. 14a, $2.15. 



24 Point Interlakkn, 



Complete Font, $4.50 




ver to a 




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10 Point Illyrian. 

10 A, $0.90. 20a, $0.95. Complete Font, $1.85 

yfith fingers Inaarg and Innrn 

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$n aditnr sat at tha hraak nf morn 
$nd liiished that he liiara daad. 



12 Point Illyrian. 

8A, 1 1.00. 16a, $L00. Complete Font, $2,00 

Qarluin unluiseli} hirilt * 
ffis hnuse upon the sand, 

ff Qluling storms heat doliin upon it 
|t could nn lnngar stand 



6A,$1.50. 14a, $1,30. 



18 Point Illyrian. 



Complete Font, $2.80 



Yfilliets nf ^nre and 




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pauntain of Raman's ^aars ara ]^ear tha j-faart 

]aa is galder than tha pinnr nf a (?ink 



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209 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



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16 A, 40a. 8 Point Wide Black. $3.00 

tye&iovaUon of g)*alth 

<2£frci*r*fon* to Song branch* 

grummet: $U*art 790 



14A t 36a. 10 Point Wide Black. $3.00 

Ijjtar* JKntpotriefr Jim**!** 
©arlanfe* 356 



10A, 24a. 



12 Point Wide Black. 



$3.00 



Q&vanl* (&0tnplitntntav# Qinntv 



Annual fjfctmiim of gatttGn* &0cUtU#> 89 



8A, 20a. 



14 Point Wide Black. 



$3.20 



goring (Bvove i&zmztevty 



6A, 16a. 



16 Point Wide Black. 



$3.00 



©hrteimct* decoration* 
glttracttoe ^olxbavi ||tot*£ltie# |$27 



6A, 16a. 



18 Point Wide Black. 



$3.40 






5A, 12a. 



20 Point Wide Black. 



$4.25 






Cleveland Type Foundry, 



210 



Cleveland, Ohio. 






5A, 18a. 12 Point Boston Black. $2.75 



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5A, 14a. 18 Point Boston Black. $3.00 



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Iraurlg ^Horning Prmxsrs; 58 



4A, 10a. 22 Point Boston Black. $3.50 

oriljctropion ^Emancipators 




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4A t 6a. 28 Point Boston Black. $4.50 








3A, 4a. 36 Point Boston Black. $4.50 

Cleveland Type Found ry % 211 Cleveland % Ohio. 




15A, 50a. 6 Point Tudor Black. $2.25 

IRemarfeable f lorticultural pleasure* Intelligently describe* b*. Enthusiastic Garbeners 

ADost Eyquisite perfumes TKlafted TXbrougb tbe Evening Bir 06 



15A,50a. 8 Point Tudor Black. $2.75 

Superb tteabB* Aabe Clotbins, ©entlemen* Jf urntebfna Emporium 
Steam pumps anb locomotive Engines IRepaireb 34 



12A, 36a. 10 Point Tudor Black. $2.75 

annual Session of tbe (frrano Xoooe at lPunfetmrtlle 
Bibibttion b£ Squasbtown (Buarbs 63 



9A, 30a. 12 Point Tudor Black. 82.75 

Bostonian Gecbnologv. architectural flfta$a3tne 
<§>ur Seconb fibition mow *Reab$ 89 

8A, 25a. 18 Point Tudor Black. $3.40 

flortb Webster Supply Company 

Provision flDercbant 47 



5A, 15a. 20 Point Tudor Black. $3.50 

TUniteb States Bonos Stolen 
(Satbering Coupons 25 



5A, 15a. 24 Point Tudor Black. $4.75 

jEptecooal Convention 

Cburcbmen 32 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 212 Cleveland, Ohio. 



4A, 12a. 36 Point Tudor Black. $5.50 

3Lox>d^ /ttmsicians 

JEncbantment 



4A, 12a. 40 Point Tudor Black. $6.00 

Starry Banner 

Hmertcane 



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5A, 8a. 48 Point Tudor Black. $8.50 

1bar6 ZTbinge 

SHamonb 



3A, 5a. 72 Point Tudor Black. $12.00 




Cleveland Type Foundry ' 213 Cleveland, Ohio. 



24A, $1.10. 70a, $1.35. 6 Point Law Italic, No. 2. Complete Font, $2.45 

And the Shades of Night came o'er us as the looing herds lazily wound their way homeward 
through the copse that covered the mountain side. And all seemed peace and tranquility to us who 
had fought all the long day, and successfully too, in climbing to that lofty height from which we 
had had such a glorious view of the beauties of nature, showing the grandness of the past ages 
and the ruin time had wrought, 

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24A, $1.25. 70a, $1.60. 8 Point Law Italic, No. 2. Complete Font, $2.85 

Messrs. Make, Muehof, It & Co. — Sirs: I have shipped to you this day per 
agreement, a large consignment of defeated, discouraged politicians. Please do 
the best you can with them, and your name implies much, and Jit them up for our 
next attempt for victory, and oblige. Central Committee. 

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20A, $1.15. 52a, $1.65. 10 Point Law Italic, No. 2. Complete Font, $2.80 

Cessation from labor! 01 what a grand time for cultivation, 
poetry and music. But no! A glorious harvest-time for the Devil 
it will be when men are not obliged to labor for their daily bread. 

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15A, $1.15. 42a, $1.85. 12 Point Law Italic, No. 2. Complete Font, $3.00 

When the ruinous results of recklessness restrain 
riotous ruffians ruthlessly romping rough roads rightly 
then religious reform rigorously refined will really do. 

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10A, $1.30. 27a, $2.00. 18 Point Law Italic, No, 2. Complete Font, $3.30 

He purchased with a loaf of bread, a 
sugar-plum of pleasure, and pipe of peace 
and presented them all to his brother Bill 

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Cleveland Type Foundry, 214 Cleveland, Ohio. 



15A f 42a. 10 Point Venetian. * $4.40 

SPARTACUS' A<D®<RESS TO (ROMANS. 

Ye call me chief } and ye do well to call hint chief, who, for 
twelve long years, has met, upon the arena, every shape of man 
or beast the broad empire of (Rome could furnish ; and who has 

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12 A, 32a,. 12 Point Venetian. $4.35 

JJEVEfc LO WE'RE® HIS AfcMS 

And if there is one among you who can say that 
ever , in public fight or private brawl, my actions did 
belie my tongue } let him step forth and say it. Yet I 

i 2j4^6y8go 

12 A , 32*),. 18 Point Venetian. $7.00 

WAS NOT ALWAYS THUS 

A hired butcher, a savage chief of still 
more savage men. My early life ran as 



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24 A, $1.40. 70a, $2.10. 8 Point Law Italic. Complete Font, $3.50 

B OMERANG HO TEL, 

This justly celebrated House will be open to receive a 
limited number of guests between 3:35 and 3:45. a. m., 

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20A, $1.45. 52a, $2.20. 10 Point Law Italic. Complete Font, $3.65 

ARTICLE OF AGREEMENT. 

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Each window (except those on the outside of 
the building), is to have a pair ofl 1-4 inch mor- 
ticed slat blinds, made with re-bated and braded 

12A, $1.00. 32a, $1.55. 12 Point Law Italic. Complete Font, $2.55 

S LOCUM & PETERS. 

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In Witness Whereof we have hereunto 
set our hajnds and official seals this 12SJf 

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Cleveland Type Foundry. 215 Cleveland^ Okio* 






20A, 82.00. 110a, $5.25. 12 Point Rrmington Standard. Complete Font, $7.25 

Messrs* Wycoff, Seamans & Benedict, 
who own and manufacture the Remington 
typewriter machine, have written us that 
our "REMINGTON STANDARD" typewriter 
type is the best in existence, and they 
are recommending it to all who inquire 
of them for the most perfect type imita- 
tion of the work done by their "2 pica 
machine*" 

In making the "Remington Standard" 
we copied each character as actually 
struck on a "2 pica" Remington typewriter* 



12 Point Topograph. 
20A, 104a. |7 .35 

June 1, 

Sign or i Stampatori : 

Gentlemen— This new letter in 
imitation of theType-Writer, makes 
an at tra ctive circular. 

When printed in purple, or other 
colors, in general use on the Type- 
Writer, it closely resembles the 
work of that instrument , attract- 
ing at t ent ion. 

Typographically yours, 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 216 Cleveland, Ohio. 




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6A, 81.95. 12a, $1.90. 







24 Point Gazelle. 



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4A, $3.05. 8a, $2.70. 



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36 Point Gazelle. 




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3A.S3.15. 6a, $2.95. 



48 Point Gazelle. 




Complete Font, $5.75 




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Complete Font, 86.10 







Cleveland Type Foundry ; 



Cleveland^ Ohio* 




4A, tUO. 18a, $4.73. 30 Point IIoyt Script. Complete Font, $8.85 

Card Font, 3 A f 9a, 4.75 




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218 



Cleveland, Okie. 



5A, 16a. 



18 Point Novelty Script. 



$4.00 






ft A, 12a. 



24 Point Novelty Script. 



$ 



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4 A, 8a. 



36 Point Novelty Script. 



$7.25 



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3A, 6a. 



48 Point Novelty Script. 



$9.00 






uA, 04L 



60 Point Novelty Script. 



$11.75 



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3A, 4a 



72 Point Novelty Script. 



$16.00 








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219 



Cleveland \ Ohio 



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9A, 25a. 



18 Point Boston Script. 



$6.00 



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7A, 20a. 




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24 Point Boston Script. 



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$8.00 




5A, 15a. 




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36 Point Boston Script. 





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$10.00 




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Cleveland Type Foundry, 



220 



Cleveland, Ohio. 




4 A, 10a. 



48 Point Boston Script. 



$12.00 










3A, 8a, 



60 Point Boston Script. 



$15.00 








Cleveland Type Foundry ', 



221 



Cleveland % Ohio, 



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8A.S3.10. 32a, $5.40. 



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22 Point Carpenter Script. 



Complete Font, $8.50 
Card Font, 4A, 16a, 4.50 




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8A,$4.00. 32a, 88,50. 



30 Point Carpenter Script. Complete Font, $12.50 

Card Font, 4A, 10a, 6.50 




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Cleveland Type Foundry, 



222 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



8A, $3.00. 32a, $5.50. 24 Point Cleveland Script. Complete Font, $8.50 

Card Pont, 4A, 16a, 4.50 














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Cleveland Type Foundry, 223 Cleveland, Ohio. 



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5A t 16a. 12 Point Steel Plate Script. $3.00 

10A, 32a. $5.00 

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For two colors the following Florets (by numbers) will register accurately, one over the 
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Combination Border, No. 304. gi 



$1.15 Per Font of 3 Feet. 



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CHARACTERS: 




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$1.73 Per Font of 3 Feet. 








(Q£ 



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239 



Cleveland, Ohio. 




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6 Point Border, No. 72. 

Font, measuring 48 inches, $1.25. 









Cleveland Type Foundry, 



240 



Cleveland, Okie* 



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36 Point. 






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18 Point. 









12 Point, 2 Feet, $0.75 
18 Point, 2 Feet, $1.00 
24 Point, 2 Feet, $1.50 
36 Point, 2 Feet, $2.00 


















CHEROKEE ^^3 BORDERS. 

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3 Point Borders. 



Fonts of 10 Feet each. 



Per Font, each, $2.25 



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No. 1. 







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No. 10. 



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242 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



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6 Point Borders. 



Fonts of 10 Feet each. 



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No. 207. 



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Per Font, each, $2.60. 



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No. 215. 



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No. 208. 



No. 209. 



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No. 217. 



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No. 210. J 



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No. 219. 






Cleveland Type Foundry, 



243 



Cler/eland. Ohio. 



6 Point Borders 



Fonts of 10 Feet each. 



Per Font, each, $2.60 



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No. 222. 



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No. 230, 




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I 2 Point Borders. 



Fonts of 10 Feet each. 




Pi 01 

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71* 



No. 309. 



Per Font, each, $3.00 



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No. 301 





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No. 308. 



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No. 314. 



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Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



244 



Cleveland* Okia M 



q- -p 

1— 20c. 



13— 25c. 



Metal Corners. 



The prices given include a set of Four Corners. 





& ss 



& 



2— 20c. 



3— 20c. 



640-25O. 



9-25c. 



*•!• *•!• ~*"v~ * 4 "^ - **H — — i—* ♦ © (p * I I 



636— 25c. 



635— 25c. 



638— 25c. 



15— 25c. 



r~i 



25-30c. 




* - % 




21— 25c. 






30— 25c. 





18— 30c. 




131— 30c. 






ir 



h^ *A 



< *> 



22— 30c. 






^ 



rtu L-Tl 

182-v»c. 



[] rfift D 



181— 20c. 



185-50c. 



185-oOc, 



B 3 



183--40o. 





37-30c. 




n* F- 1 





31—300. 





32-30c. 




152-50o. 



35-30c. 



f^-% 



29— 40c 



Wo. I 



c 



^ 



151-60c. 




151-500. 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



245 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



BRA38 RULE8 IN 8TRIP8 OF 2 FEET. 



No. 

101 



Size. 

1 Point 



Pen Foot 



OC. 



102 


Ten to Pica. 


£c. 


103 


VA Point. 


6c. 


104 


2 Point. 


8c. 


105 


Five to Pica. 


10c. 


106 


3 Point. 


12c. 


110 


6 Point. 


28c. 


111 


7 Point. 


32c. 


116 


2 Point. 


8c. 


115 


4 Point Special Face. 


16c. 


117 


1 Point. 


5c. 


118 


Ten to Pica, 


5c. 


119 


VA Point. 


6c. 


120 


2 Point. 


8c. 


121 


Five to Pica. 


10c. 


122 


3 Point. 


12c. 


123 


4 Point. 


16c. 


fl 


124 


5 Point. 


20c. 


^^■■^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l 


125 


5H Point. 


22c. 


HHHH^^^^^^^^^^I^HI 


126 


6 Point. 


28c. 


HIHH^^^^^IHHIHH^^^^IHI 



No. 



133 



Size. 



2 Point. 



P*r Foot 

8c. 



134 


Five to Pica. 


10c. 


135 


3 Point. 


14e. 


136 


4 Point. 


16c. 




137 


5 Point. 


20c. 




139 


6 Point. 


28c. 




140 


7 Point. 


32c. 




147 


3 Point. 


12c. 


148 


4 Point. 


16c. 


150 


b l A Point. 


22c. 




151 


6 Point. 


28c. 




152 


7 Point. 


32c. 




153 


8 Point. 


34c. 




155 


10 Point. 


40c. 




158 


2 Point. 


8c. 


159 


3 Point. 


12c. 


160 


4 Point. 


16c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



246 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



BRASS RULES IN STRIPS OF 2 FEET. 



No. 

161 



162 



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167 



168 



109 



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171 



172 



173 



174 



lio 



176 



177 



178 



Size. 

5 Point. 



0% Point. 



6 Point* 



7 Point 



9 Point. 



10 Point. 



11 Point. 



12 Point, 



Five to Pica. 



3 Point. 



4 Point 



5 Point. 



5/4 Point. 



Per Foot 



20c. 



w^mm 



fi Point. 



7 Point. 



8 Point* 



Cleveland Type Foundry % 






28c. 



32c. 



40c. 



45c. 



50c. 



^■^^^^^^^H* 



10c. 



12c. 



16c. 



20c. 



22c. 



28c. 



32c. 




34c. 



No. 



186 



188 



189 



Size. 

5 Point, 



6 Point. 



7 Point. 



Pzk Foot 



20c. 



28c. 



32c. 



_i_^_^^B^n- 



190 


8 Point. 


otC* 








197 


5 Point. 


20c. 


199 


6 Point. 


28c. 


200 


7 Point. 


32c. 


201 


8 Point. 


34c. 


208 


b]4 Point- 


22c. 


209 


6 Point. 


28c. 


210 


7 Point. 


32e. 








211 


8 Point. 


34c. 









24" 



216 VA Point. 6c. 

217 2 Point. 8c. 

222 2 Poi nt. 14e. 

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223 Five to Pica. 16c. 

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224 3 Point. 18c. 

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225 4 Point. 20c. 
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Cleveland \ Ohio 




BRA88 RULE8 IN 8TRIP8 OF 2 FEET. 



No. 

235 



242 



243 



244 



253 



254 



255 



256 



258 



259 



260 



263 



264 



Sxzz. 

\ X A Point. 



P» Foot 

6c. 



236 


2 Point. 


8c. 


240 


\ l A Point. 


12c. 


241 


2 Point. 


14c. 



No. 



Five to Pica. 



16c. 



3 Point. 18o. 

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5 Point. 



24c. 



1 Point. 



lie. 



Ten to Pica. 



12c. 



VA Point. 



2 Point. 



Five to Pica. 



1A Point. 



2 Point. 



14c. 



16c. 



18c. 



14c. 



16c. 



2 Point. 



16c. 



Five to Pica. 



18c. 



*\< -%<•«•■*'»#«•** •%/^.^.*** - W«%#*-«»S**W»»*>««»\.l*W«ii^«.'» 



265 3 Point. 



21c. 



276 



\ X A Point. 



14c. 



279 



ta* 



Size. 

3 Point. 



Psr Foot 

21c. 



284 



4 Point. 26c. 



287 

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6 Point. 



38c. 



291 7 Point. 43c. 

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303 



304 



4 Point. 



5 Point. 



26c. 



31c. 



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306 



6 Point. 



38c. 



316 



320 



4 Point. 



6 Point. 



26c. 



38c. 



322 



8 Point. 



48c. 



324 



10 Point 



58c. 



333 



6 Point. 



38c. 



342 



VA Point. 



14c. 



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343 



344 



2 Point. 



Five to Pica. 



16c. 



18c. 



345 



3 Point. 



21c. 



346 



4 Point. 



26c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



248 



Cleveland \ Ohio. 




BRASS BRACES 



Price of Complete Set, $6.00, 



NO. 38 



NO. 2. 



NO. 37. 



NO. 36 



NO- 4. 



NO. 35. 



NO. 34 



NO. 6. 



NO. 33. 



NO, 8. 



NO, io. 



NO. 12, 




NO* 14. 




NO. 16 




NO. 18. 




NO. 20. 




NO. 22. 




NO. 24. 




NO. 26. 




NO. 28. 





NO. 30. 




NO. 20. 




NO, 27. 




NO. 25. 




NO. 23, 




NO. 21. 




NO* 19. 




NO. 17, 




NO. 15. 



NO. 13. 



NO. I I . 



NO. 9, 



NO. 7. 



NO. 5. 



NO 3. 



NO. I. 



PRICES '— Nos. 1 to 10, 15 cts. each ; 11 to 22, 20 cts. each ; 23 to 27, 30 cts. each ; 28 to 32, 

35 cts. each ; 33 to 38, 15 cts, each. 



Cleveland Type Foundry 



249 



Cleveland \ Ohi$* 




LABOR-SAVING BRASS RULE, 



10 feet Font, $2.00. 



No. 104— Two Point. 
3 lb Font, $5.25. 



5 ft> Font, $8.75 



No. 216— One and One-half Point. 



3 lb Font, $6.00. 



5 lb Font, $10.00 



10 feet Font, $2.00. 



No. 217— Two Point. 
3 ft> Font, $5.25. 



5 ft) Font, $8.75 



10 feet Font, $2.00. 



No. 236— Two Point. 
3 ft) Font, $5.25. 



5 ft) Font, $8.75 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



250 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



LABOR-SAVING BRA8S RULE. 



No. 136— Three Point. 



3 ft) Font, $4.80. 




5 ft> Font, 88.00 

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No. 137— Five Point. 



3 lb Font, $4.80. 



5 ft) Font, $8.00 



No. 160— Five and One-half Point. 



3 lb Font, $4.80. 



5 lb Font, $8.00 



No. 151— Six Point. 



3 lb Font, $4.80. 



5 lb Font, $8.00 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



251 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



LABOR-SAVING BRASS RULE, 



No. 159— Three Point. 
3 ft> Font, $4.80. 5 ft) Font, $8.00 




No. 160— Four Point. 
3 ft) Font, $4.80. 5 ft) Font, $8.00 



No. 163— Six Point. 
3 ft) Font, $4.80. 5 ft) Font, $8.00 



No. 176— Six Point. 



3 lb Font, $4.80. 


5 ft) Font, $8.00 




• 









Cleveland Type Foundry, 252 Cleveland, Ohio. 



LABOR-SAVING BRASS RULE. 



No. 173— Four Point. 



3 ft) Font, $4.80. 


5 lb Font, $8.00 








,i — i ■ * 



No. 162— Five and One-half Point. 
3 ft) Font, $4.80. 5 ft) Font, $8.00 



No. 164— Seven Point. 
3 ft) Font, $4.80. 10 ft) Font, $16.00 




„ ^ No. 169— Twelve Point. „ 

6 ft) Font, $9.00. 10 ft) Font, $15.00 



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Cleveland Type Foundry, 253 Cleveland, Ohio, 



BRA88 DA8HE8. 



NO. 


IOO. 


NO 


. 101. 


NO 


102 


NO. 


103. 

m 



NO. t 15. 



NO. I 16. 



NO. I 17- 

<■ ■» — 



NO. I 18. 



NO. 104. 



NO. I 10. 



NO. 105. 
• ♦ » 



NO. 120. 



no. ioe. 



NO. 121. 



NO. 107. 



NO. 122. 



NO. 108. 



NO. 123. 



NO. 109. 



NO. 124. 



NO. I 10. 



NO. 125. 



NO. I I I. 



NO. 136. 



NO. I 12. 



NO. 127. 



NO. I 13. 



NO. 128. 



NO. I 14. 



NO. 129. 



Nos. 100 to 129, inclusive, out to measure from 12 to 15 ems Pica each, $0 10 



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" 15 to 18 



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15 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



254 



Cleveland i Ohio. 



BRASS DASHES. 



NO. 130 



NO. 145. 



NO. 131. 



NO. 146. 

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NO. 132. 



NO. 147. 



NO. 133. 



NO. 148. 

» ♦ ■ 



NO. 134 



NO. 149. 



NO. 135. 



NO. ISO. 



NO. 136. 



NO. 151, 



9-+-^*- 



NO. 137. 

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NO. 152. 



NO. 138. 



NO. 153. 
< ^ I 



NO. 139 



NO. 154. 



NO. 140. 



NO. 155. 

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NO. 141. 



NO. 156. 



NO 142. 



NO. 157. 



NO. 143. 



NO. 158. 



NO. 144. 



NO. 159. 



Nos. 130 to 159, inclusive, cut to measure from 12 to 15 ems Pica .*. each $0 10 

" 15 to 18 " " 15 



Cleveland Type Foundry ; 



255 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



NO. 160. 



BRASS DASHES. 



NO. t75. 



NO. 161. 



NO 176. 



NO. 162. 



NO. 177. 



NO. 163. 



NO. 178. 



NO. 164. 



NO. 179. 



NO. 166. 



NO. ISO. 



NO. 166. 



NO. 181. 



" • ■» 



NO. 167. 



NO. 182. 



NO. 168. 



NO. 183. 



NO. 160. 

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NO. 184. 



NO. 170. 



NO. 186. 



NO. 171. 



NO. 186. 



NO. 172. 



NO. 187. 



NO. 173. 



NO. 188. 



NO. 174. 



NO. 189. 



Nos. 160 to 189, cut to measure from 12 to 15 ems Pica each, SO 10 

" " " " 15 to 18 " ; " 15 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



256 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



ADVERTISING RULES. 



No. 1040, 1160 and 1190 cut Single Column, each $0 05 Double Column, each, $0 08 

No. 2580, 2600 and 2760 " 06 09 



No. 1040. 



No. 1160. 



No. 1190. 



No. 2580. 



No. 2600. 



No. 2760. 



CROS8 RULES. 

Cut for Single Column each, $0 06 Double Column, each, $0 10 

No. 1630. 



No. 1350. 


No. 1360. 




No. 1390. 




No. 1600. 


No. 1620. ' 





No. 1730. 



No. 1740. 



No. 1750. 



No. 1760. 



DASH RULES. 

Nos. 1040 to 1044 each, $0 06 

Nos. 1361 to 1762 " 08 



No. 
No. 


1041. 
1042. 


No. 


1043. 


No. 1044. 


No. 1361. 




No. 1362. 




No. 


1601. 




No. 


1602. 




No. 


16?1. 




No. 


1622. 





No. 


1631. 




No. 


1632. 




No. 


1731. 


No. 


1732. 


No. 1741. 


No. 1742. 


No. 1751. 


No. 1752. 


No. 


1761. 


No. 


1762. 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



257 



Cleveland i Onto* 



BRA88 CIR0LE8 AND OVAL8. 




** 



Circles. 
No. 1 to 5, 60c each. 
No. 7 and 9, 75c 
No. 11, 81.00. 
No, 



Ovals. 
No. 4, 90 cents. 
No. 6 and 7, $1.25 
No. 8 and 9, $1.50 




Cleveland Type Foundry ; 



258 



Cleveland* Ohio. 



BRASS CIRCLES, OVALS AND OCTAGONS. 




Circles:— Nos. 2 to 6, 60c each ; No. 8, 75c ; Nos. 10 and 12, $1.00 each ; No. 14, $1.25. 




Octagons:— Nos. 6 and 7, $1.03; No. 8. $1.25. 
Cleveland Type Foundry, 259 



Ovals :— Nos. 1 to 5, 90c each. 
Cleveland, Ohio, 



BRA88 DIAMONDS AND OCTAGON8. 




Diamonds :— Nos. 1 and 2, 75c. each ; Nos. 3 and 4, $1.00 each. 




Octagons :— Nos. 1 and 2, $1.00 each ; No. 3, $1.25 ; Nos. 4 and 5, $1.50 each. 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



260 



Cleveland, Okie. 



Recipe Marks. 



b R 



10 



12 



^ B? 



14 



16 




17 






K * 



13 



11 



15 



13 



id 



Prices: Kos. 10 to 14, Five cents each; 15 and 16, Ten cents each; 17 to 19, Fifteen cents each 

Complete set, Seventy-five cents* 



* 



10 



Five-Pointed Stars. 






15 




13 



14 



• 



1*> 

J. -w 





t 




7 


• 

8 


• 3 

• 4 

6 


- 

Put up in fonts of four each. Price $1.00. 



11 



* 



9 




524-25C 





520— 25c. 





905— 20n. 



705— 15c. 



522- 35c. 






521— 30c. 




7a4-20c. 



;523-20c. 




906— 20c, 



508— 25c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry t 



261 



Cleve}anji t Ofc&i 



jit 
J i 



Card Logotypes. 



Price 10 cents each. Always order by number, 



116 117 118 





125 126 127 



$ <$ 



$6 « 

113 114 119 



SB 2? 








137 140 141 142 143 144 145 122 123 124 











O 

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A 



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II 



120 121 112 111 110 136 135 134 139 13S 





130 



131 










132 148 149 168 






107— 30c, 



52— 35c. 




96— 35c, 




OBGHX 




54 -30c. 



81— 35c. 



10116— 40c. 



10117-40c. 



188— 30c. 



186— 30c. 



73 — 35c. 








l£P^ 



60— 30c. 




53— 40c. 




59— 30c. 



aught of 




559— 75c. 




10118— 40c. 




187^30c. 



Clejela^fd fType Foundry , 



262 



Cleveland^ Ohio, 








201— 40e. 



206— 35c. 




202— 40c. 




207— 36c. 




296 -35c. 



295— 35c, 




560 — 75c. 





558 — 75c. 




977-40c. 



570— 60c. 





146 — 50c. 



3297-50c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry ', 



263 



Cleveland, Ohio. 





255— 20c. 



322— 10c. 




323— 10c. 




256— 20c. 





324-lSc. 



326— 15c. 




327— 15c. 




325— 15c. 




328— 35c. 




329— 35c. 






320— 10c. 




321— 10c. 





3667— 60c, 



1023— 30c. 



1022— 30c, 



3668— 60c. 






3664— 25c. 



3663— 25c. 



330— 75c— Mortised . 






3666— 40c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry ', 



3665-^Oc. 



264 



Cleveland, Ohio, 







335 -25c. 




827— 20c. 





739 — 15c. 



742— 15c. 



810— 20c. 




811-20c. 



4 SM>i^ ■ 



727— 20c, 




829— 20c. 




704— 20c. 




397— 15c. 




714 — _;x\ 




lUJJLilllULUUi 



715— 20c. 



A$^ 



758— £<ic. 



779— 20c, 




824— 25c. 



825— 25c. 




956— 25c. 

« 




817— 25c, 




76— 20c, 




826— 25c. 




745— 20c. 




725 — 25c, 




750— 25c. 




760— 20c 




23— 20c. 




787— 20c. 




748— 25c. 




732— 25c. 





955— 25c, 



777-20c. 



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mjijm 






19 


B 

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339— 30c. 




781— 25c. 





498— 35c. 




806— 25c. 



815-20c, 



'65— 30c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



265 



Cleveland, Ohio, 




809— 30c. 




812— 30c 






799 — 2<)c. 



801— 20c. 



798— 20c. 





800— 2i te, 



'97— 20c. 




836— 30c, 




813— 30c, 




837— 25c. 




83S— 20c. 





839— 25c. 



840—30, 




848— 25c. 




792— 20c. 




608— 25c. 




755 — 25c, 




907— 25c. 




795 — 25c. 




794— 25c. 




793— 20c. 




796— 20c. 




845— 20c. 




841— 20c 




649— 60c. 




884— 30c, 





885— 40c. 




639— 50c. 



648— 7c c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



266 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



^^^™^^^^ 






908— 35c, 



767 — 30c. 



WH1 

909— 35c. 





871-35C. 



873— 30c. 






910— 50c. 



911-SOc. 



877— 60c. 





999— 30c. 





913— 35c. 




912— 50c, 



878— 30c. 



"18 83 % 



914— 35c. 




1H8^ 



915— 50c. 





Q£*0*o 



880— 40c, 




876— 35c. 




916-^50c. 



917— 50c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry , 



267 



Cleveland ', Ohio. 



A 



/ 







853-35c. 



849 — 40c. 



843— 50c. 



846— 30c 






859— 60c, 



861— 75c. 



855-50c. 





858-45c, 



860— 50c 



863— 75c 





857— 40c. 




865— $1.00. 



867—81.00. 




Cleveland Type Foundry, 



268 



Cleveland t Ohio, 




872—350. 






882— 30c. 



875 — 30c. 




881— 35c. 




870— 35c. 




851^50c. 



852— 75c. 



854— 50c. 




1035— 75c. 



*\*# 




866-81.00. 




844— 35c. 




930— 75c. 





862— $1.00. 



864 — 75c. 



868— 60c, 



Cleveland Type Foundry , 



269 



Cleveland, Ohio. 









874-75c. 



10119-50c. 





847— 40c, 



306-30c. 







lf*i 



10309— 25c. 





869— 35c 





879— 50c. 




308— 30c. 





312— 30c. 



300— 25c. 



307— 30c. 



302— 30c. 



301— 20c. 




305— 40c. 




310— 30c 






2965-35c, 



425— 50c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry t 




304— 10c. 




270 



426— 50c. 



Cleveland, Ohio, 





457-40c. 



459 — 35c. 





460— 50c, 



2846-50c. 





460— 35c. 




451— 50c 




2914 -$1.25. 



461-60c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



271 



Cleveland. Ohio. 



. 





555— 30c. 





DDO "CnjQi 



550— 75c. 



549— 75c. 





503 — 35c. 




553 — t oc. 




502— 30c. 




504— 40c. 




554 — 75c. 




594— 75c. 



970— 75c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



272 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



jea 




512— $1.50-2 Mortises, 





991 — 75c. 



966-75C. 



















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511— $1.25— 2 Mortises, 




545— 35c. 




990— 50c. 




513-S1.00-1 Mortise. 



Cleveland Type Foundry % 



273 



Cleveland^ Ohio, 



A 




405— i5o 




7— 35c. 




925— $1 .00. 



— *fc5^ 




496— 50c. 







427— 75c. 



185— $1.00. 




Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



274 



Cleveland \ Ohio 



^^m 



HHBM 








607-40c. 




1005-S1.00. 



34 



< — < oc. 




393— 80c. 





529— 60c. 




406-75c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry , 



962— 75c. 



i 



275 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



I 





609-tl.OO. 



1045— &5c. 





465 -50c. 




429— $1.25. 



351— 25c, 




471— 40c. 





637-75c. 



593— 75c. 




Cleveland Ty$e Foundry \ 



276 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



^™ 





349-81.00. 



453— $1.25— Mortised. 




467 — 35c. 




I 



Vf._ sr *Bie 




345— 50c. 




3421-S1.25— Mortised, 



920— 50c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry , 



277 



Cleveland, Okio, 



J 




538— 60c. 





533— 40c. 




402— 50c. 




354—61.25, 



481— 90c. 





536— 90c. 



2776 — 75c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



278 



Cleveland , Ohio. 








428— 75c, 



528— 75c. 



\ 





969-$1.00, 



899— $1.00. 





900— $1.00, 



978— $1.00. 



Cleveland Type Foundry , 



279 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



1 






475 — GOc. 




1004— 90c. 



1003— 35c. 



1002— 35c, 




POISON 



1001— 40c. 




1000— 35c, 




1024— 85c. 



* 





1030 — 65c. 




10129— 75c. 



526— 50c. 




Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



280 



Cleveland, Ohio, 




466— 90c. 



638— 40c. 




438 -75c. 




469— 25c. 




1023— 35c. 




,337— 40c. 





344-S1.00. 



465— 40c. 





342— 50c. 



10228^0c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



281 



Cleveland, Ohio'. 






A 




437— 70c. 




436— 60c. 




400— 35c, 




439— 50c. 





1026— 85c. 



414— 40c. 





416— 50c. 



417— 50c. 




422— $1.00. 



C eve I and Type Foundry '. 



282 



Cleveland t Ohio, 




539-81.25. 

















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413— iOc, 



2546—81.00. 





493— 40c . 



1025— $1.00. 




336— 60c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry 



283 



Cleveland, Ohio 



- 1 . 

PIP ■ II 



m + -,■ 





403— 30c. 



1027— 90c. 




404— $1.00. 





646 — 75c. 



534— 40c— Mortised. 



Cleveland Type Foundry^ 



284 



Cleveland , Ohio. 



-7^ 



-W 




1007— SI .00. 





410-40c. 




103a5— $1.00. 



412— 40c. 





389-$1.00, 



1006— 60c. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



285 



Clmeland. Ohio. 



A 




8 



3 




548— $1.00 




333— 90c. 



SftfppeB, 






510— 90c, 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



286 



335-75c. 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 



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975— 75c. 



983— 75c, 



980— 75c. 




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961— 60c. 



515 — 75c. 





948— 30c. 




959— 25c. 





973— $1.00. 



949— 30c. 



974-81.00. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



287- 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



NEW8PAPER HEADINQ8. 

10 cents per letter. Four-Line Pica, No. 2.— Caps and Lower Cask. 

Daily Moon 

10 cents per letter. Four-Line Pica, No. 1.— Caps. 

CITY POST 

10 cents per letter. Four-Line Pica Light Face, No. 2.— Caps and Lower Case. 

Daily News. 

i 

10 cents per letter. Four-Line Pica and Canon, No. 3.— Caps and Small Caps. 

The Bee 

14 cents per letter. Six and Four-Line Pica Light Face— Caps and Small Caps. 

Herald 

12 cents per letter. Six-Line Pica Black. 



&nu 




Cleveland type Foundry, 288 Cleveland, Ohio. 



3=r 

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10 cents per letter. 



NEWSPAPER HEADINGS. 

Five-Link Pica Modern Text, 




10 cents per letter. 



Five-Link Pica Black Ornamented 





12 cents per letter. 



Six-Line Pica Sloping Black. 





etvs 



12 cents per letter. 



Six-Line Pica Black Open 




turn 




15 cents per letter. Seven-Line Pica Modkrn Text, Single Shaded. 





Cleveland Ty^e Foundry t 



289 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



IMPRINT8. 

30 cents each. Not less than two made of any one kind. 

No. 351. 

DAY * MIGHT, PHIMTCH*, SUNDOWN, O. 

No. 352. 

J. D. CLINE8, PRINTER, TROY, VA. 

No. 356. 
J. STETSON, PRINTER, WAKEGAN, OR. 

No. 358. 
Standard Review Co., Lithographer*, WllllaaupOrt. 

No. 361. 
NEW PUBLISHING COMPANY. CLEVELAND. OHIO. 

No. 364. 

NEWMAN, SMITH & JUDSON, JOB PRINTERS, NEW YORK. 



8UB-HEADINQ8. 

Trimmed to 13 ems Pica, 50 cents each. Not less than two made of any one kind. 
Always specify by number face of type desired. 

No. 301. 

THE SALEM VOLKS FREUND. 

No. 302. 

New York Day Book. 

No. 305. 

OMAHA BAZOO. 

No. 306. 

TROY CHRONICLE. 

No. 307. 
No. 308. 

|!ttte#:tern Signal* 

No. 309. 

f be €mmtM fhm 

No. 310. 

i j»* wmitg mmfot. 

No. 311. 




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Cleveland Type Foundry, 290 Clweland, Ohio, 



I 



OOD YPE 



80HEME OF WOOD TYPE FONTS 



3A 




3a 


4A 




4a 


5A 




5a 


Capitals 


» 


Lower Case. 


Capitals 


• 


Lower Case. 


Capitals 


> 


Lower Case. 


75 




65 


106 




90 


120 




104 


Letters 


• 


Letters. 


Letters 


• 


Letters. 


Letters 


. 


Letters. 


A 


..3 


a 3 


A 


...4 


a 4 


A 


..5 


™ ••••••**«#**««««o 


B 


..2 


b 2 


B 


...3 


b 3 


B 


..-3 


b ^ 


C 


.2 

..2 


e 2 

d 2 


C 

D 


.3 
...3 


e 3 

d .3 


C 

D 


...4 
...4 


e 4 


D 


d ,4 


E 


..2 
.2 


e 4 

f 2 


E 


.3 
3 


e 5 

f 3 

6 .13 


E 

F 

G 


.,6 
...3 
..3 


e JR 


F 


F 

G 


f 3 


G 


6 :::::=! 


H 


2 


H 


.3 


H 


..4 


I 


,4 


i 3 


I 


4 


i 4 


I 


.,5 


i 5 


J 

K 


2 
.1 


t ::::::::::::::! 


J 

K 


..3 

..2 


i — i 


J 

K 


..3 
.2 


i ::::::::::::::::! 


L 


4 


1 .4 


L 


..5 


l & 


L 


,.6 


1 6 


M 


.2 


m 2 


M 


3 


m 3 


M 


..4 




N 


3 


n £ 


N 


4 


n 4 


N 


..ft 







,3 

.,2 


o a 

P 2 




P 


.4 
3 


o 4 

P 3 




P 


..5 
.3 


o S 


P 


P 3 


8 


1 
3 


q 1 


ft 


..2 
4 


q 2 

r 4 


ft 


.2 

,,ft 


Q 2 


v ::::::3 


r JS 


S 


,4 


s 4 


S 


5 


s 5 


S 


.6 


8 6 


T 


3 


t 4 


T 


..4 


t .4 


T 


..ft 


t .5 


U 


..2 


u 2 


U 


3 


u 3 


U 


,4 




V 


2 


v 2 


V 


3 


v 3 


V 


3 


v 3 


W 


..2 


w 2 


W 


3 


w 3 


W 


3 




X 


1 


x 1 


X 


2 


x 2 


«V •«***»••»•■•••« 


x 2 


Y 


..2 


y 2 


Y 


3 


y .3 


Y 


3 


y 3 


Z 


1 


z 1 


Z 


.2 


z 2 


Z 


,2 


z 2 


& 


.1 


fi 1 


<fe 


2 


fi 1 


& 


2 


fi 1 




..3 


fl 1 

ff 1 




..4 

..4 


fl 1 

ff 1 




.4 
4 


fl l 




ff 1 


• 


1 


ffi 1 


• 


..2 


ffi 1 




2 


ffi 1 


• 


,1 


ffl 1 


• 


.2 


ffl 1 




.2 


ffl 1 


- •••••• 


1 




wm »»» 


..1 




- ............ 


.1 




9 


..2 




9 


..2 




» 


2 




I 


2 




! 


..3 




! 


.3 





Figures 1 

No. of each 3 



2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 



9 0S 
2 5 2—26 



WOOD TYPE.— Price List. 



price per letter. 



Lines Pica. 


2 

6 


3 

6 


4 

6 


6 

6 


6 

6 


8 

8 


10 

9 


12 

10 


14 

11 


16 

12 


16 

12 


18 

13 


20 

14 


24 

17 


25 

18 


30 

21 


36 


Class L 


28 




6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


8 


9 


10 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


19 


20 


24 


31 




6 


6 


6 


6, 


6 


8 


10 


12 


13 


14 


15 


17 


18 


22 


23 


27 


34 




6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


8 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 


18 


20 


24 


25 


30 


36 




6 


6 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


19 


21 


24 


28 


30 


35 


41 


Class R 


6 


6 


6 


8 


10 


12 


15 


17 


20 


21 


22 


24 


28 


32 


34 


40 


46 


8 


8 


«l 


9 


11 13 


16 


18 


22 


24 


25 


28 


32 


36 


38 


44 


50 



Indexes, per pair.— 6-line, $2 ; 8-line, 82.25 ; 10-line, $2.50 ; 12-line, $3.00 ; 15-line 
$3.25; 20-line, $3.50 ; 30-line, $4 ; 40-line, $6. 

Borders, Corners, Stars, Tints, Combination Dashes and Catch Words not shown will 
be furnished upon order. 

In ordering Wood Type, purchasers are requested particularly to state if Lower Case 
and Figures are wanted. Usually fonts of Wood Type are put up without, unless espeoi 
ally ordered. 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



292 



Cleveland. Ohio. 



8-Line, No. 3. 



8-Line, No. 19. 




6-Line, No. 18, 



6-Line, No. 4. 



5-Line, No. 8, 



Left 




6-Line, No. 1 





CORNERS. 

Per Set of Four. 

6-Line, Nos. 3, 18,19 and 21 $1.00 

8-Line, Nos. 3, 18, 19 and 21 1.25 

10-Line, Nos. 3, 18, 19 and 21 1.50 

CATCH WORDS. 

6-Line, Nos. 1 and 29 $0.25 

8-Line, Nos. 1 and 29 o 30 

10-Line, Nos. 1 and 29 0*35 

12-Line, Nos. 1 and 29 o 40 

15-Line, Nos. 1 and 29 o*40 




STARS. 



6-Line, No. 1 

8-Line, No. 1. 
10-Line, No. 1. 
12-Line, No. 1. 

6-Line, No. 4. 

8-Line, No. 4. 
10-Line, No. 4. 
12-Line, No. 4. 



$0.25 

. 0.25 

. 0.30 

. 0.50 

0.25 

0.25 

0.30 

0.50 



INDEXES 



5-Line, No. 2, 
6-Line, No, 2, 
8-Line, No. 2, 
10-Line, No, 2, 
12-Line, No. 2, 
15-Line, No. 2, 
20-Line, No. 2, 



2.00 
2.00 
2.25 
2.50 
3.00 
3.25 
3.50 



8-Line, No. 29. 




6-Line, No. 21 




6-Line, No. 1. 




5-Line, No. 8. 



Right. 




Cleveland Type Foundry 



293 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



STAR WOOD RULE. 
Star Rule, 30c per Foot; Corners 40c per Set. 

Star Rule, No. 21. 







Star Rule, No. 23. 





Star Rule, No. 25. 







Corners, $1.25 per set, 



Star Rule, Matching 6-Line Corners No. 116 






Star Rule, No.- 20. 





Star Rule, No. 22. 





I 




Star Rule, No. 24. 






Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



294 



Cleveland^ Ohio 



WOOD BORDER 



Corners, 60c per set. 



No. 266. 



Border, 60c per Foot 




Corners, 80c per set, 



No. 328. 




ft ft ft ft ft 

*At* "f At" "f At* "*At* -f A^ 










Corners, 70c per set. 



4*±J*L. J*l~ A 



fAt- t*r fmT f. 



No. 299. 



Border, 80c per Foot 



ft ft ft 

f At- *At* "tAt" 




Border, 70c per Foot 



v .***.. avi. avi. ,av* ^v^ a 



T fAT IaT IaT fAT IaT t 



Corners, 60c per set. 



No. 164. 



Border, 60c per Foot 





Corners, 90c per set. 



No. 338. 




Border, 90c per Foot 




Cleveland Type Foundry , 



£95 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



No. 36. 



No. 42. 



No. 48. 



No. 54. 



No. 63. 



No. 31. 



No. 37. 



No. 40. 



No. 46. 



No. 49. 



WOOD RULE. 
12 cents per Yard. 









No. 55. 




No. 61. 




No. 32. 



No. 38. 



No. 44. 



No. 47. 



No. 53. 



No. 62. 



w 







Cleveland Tyf* Foundry. 



296 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



Glass Q 



2% Line, No. 96. 



6c per Letter 





Class Q 



3 Line, No. 96. 



6c per Letter 






Class Q 



4 Line, No. 96. 



6c per Letter 






Class Q 



5 Line, No. 96. 



8c- per Letter 




Class Q 



6 Lin?, No. 96. 



"*! 10c per Letter 







Cleveland Type Foundry 



297 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



Class 



4-Line No. 60. 




6c per Letter 




Clas< 



6-Line No. 60, 



6e per Letter 





Class 



8-Line No, 60. 



8c rer Letter 




Class 



KVLine No. 60 



10c per Letter 




Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



298 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



Class N 



4-Line No. 93. 



6c per Letter 




Favorite 



Class N 



6-Line No. 93. 



6c per Letter 






Class N 



8-Line No« 93 



8e per Letter 





Class N 



12-Line No. 93 



12c per Letter 




Cleveland Type Foundry* 



299 



Cleveland* Ohio* 



Class 



4 Line, No. 629. 



6c per Letter 






Cla sO 



5 Line, No. 629. 



6c per Letter 





Claps 



6 Line, No. 629. 



6c per Letter 





Cleveland TyPe Foundry 



300 



Cleveland \ Ohio 



Class 



8 Line, No. 629. 



8c | er Letter 




Class 



10 Line No. 629. 



10c per Letter 




Class 



12 Line No. 



12c per Letter 




Cleveland Type Foundry, 



301 



Cleveland. Ohio. 




Class X 



6-Line, No. 260. 



6c per Letter 





Class N 



8-Line, No. 260. 



8c per Letter 





Class N 



10-Line No. 260. 



10c per Letter 




Cleveland Type Foundry % 



304 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



Class N 



12-Line, No. 260. 



12c per Letter 





Class N 



18-Line, No. 260. 



17c per Letter 





Cleveland Type Foundry % 



305 



Cleveland, Ohio 



A 



Class N 



6-Line, No. 24, 



Iks per Letter 






Class N 



S-Line, No. 24. 



8c per Letter 




Class N 



FIC-Line, No 24. 



10c per Letter 





Cieveland Type Foundry, 



306 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



Class N 



15-Line, No. 24. 



14c per Letter 





Class N 



20-Line, No. 24. 



18c per Letter 





Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



307 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



Class N 



6-Line No. 156. 



6c per Letter 





CJass N 



10-Line No. 156. 



10c per Letter 




Class N 



15-Line. No. 156 



14c per Lettsr 





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308 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



r 



Glass 



6-Line, No. 116. 



6c per Letter 





r 



Glass 



10-Line, No. 116, 



10c per Letter 




Glass 



12-Line, No. 116. 



12c per Letter 




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30J 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 



A 



Class L 



6-Line, No. 266, 



6c per Letter 




Glass L 



ine, No. 266, 



9c per Letter 




Class L 



15-Line, No. 266, 



12c per Letter 





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310 



Cleveland ', Ohio. 



Class 



6-Line No. 47, 



6c per Letter 




Class 



8-Lino No. 47, 



Sc per Letter 




Glass 



10-Line No. 47, 



10c per Letter 




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311 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



Class M 



6-Line t No. 1*50. 



6c per Letter 




Class M 



10-Line* No. 150. 



9c per Letter 




Class M 



15-Line, No. 150. 



13c per Lette r 








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312 



Cleveland* Ohio* 



REVISED 

PRICE 

LIST 

MACHINERY 
AND PRINTING MATERIAL. 



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REDUCED PRICE LIST OF TYPE. 



BODIES. 



4J4 Point 

5 " 

5M ;; 

6 " 

7 " 

8 " 

9 M 

10 " 

11 " 

12 " 

14 ;; 

16 " 

18 M 

20 * 

22 " 

24 " 

28 " 

30 " 

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36 " 

40 " 

42 " 

44 " 

48 " 

54 " 

60 " 

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1 20 
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45 
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37 
34 
32 
31 
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30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
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44 
42 
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$2 00 
1 60 
1 30 
100 
90 
80 
70 
65 
60 
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52 
52 
52 
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16 
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90 
80 
74 
70 
66 
62 
60 
60 
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56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
54 
54 
54 
54 
52 
52 
52 
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44 

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22 

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94 

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86 

86 

82 

82 

78 

78 

72 

72 

72 

64 

64 

60 



First Glass — Roman, Modern and Old Style, including Quads and Spaces. 
Second Class — Plain Job Type and Roman Card Fonts. 
Third Class — Ornamental Faces, Script, Etc. 



ACCENT8. 

Specimen sheet of accents cast by us will be mailed upon application. 



OLD METAL. 

Old Metal (delivered at the Foundry) is taken in even exchange for new type, at list 
prices, at the following prices: Old Type, 7 cents per pound; Leads, Stereotype and 
Electrotype Plates, 4 cents per pound. 



Cleveland Type Foundry , 



314 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



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SPECIAL LOGOTYPES AND CHARACTERS. 

Special logotypes and characters for railroad and miscellaneous work engraved and 

cut to order. Following are samples of some we have engraved and which we cap supply 

to order. 

5% Point and Agate Bodies. 



1234567890 



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6 Point Body. 



1234567890X x X + ^ I " am pm am pm Ar Lv £ t 

1234567890 12 34567890 



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8 Point Body. 
f % % 89 - P.M. 



10 Point Body. 



A-M. 

12 Point Body. 



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SUPERIORS AND INFERIORS. 



FlQURCS. LCTTCRS. 

5J^ Point *& font...$l 60 $3 00 

6 Point " ... 1 35 2 75 

7 Point " ... 1 60 3 15 

8 Point " ... 1 50 2 90 



FtQUftCl, LtTTIft*. 

9 Point * 1ft font... $1 45 $2 9t 

10 Point §l ... 1 55 , 2 95 

ix .iroinr,. . . . . . . ....... . .... ... x. ou,,..., •> uw 

12 Point " ... 1 65 3 20 



PIECE FRACTIONS. 



6 Point H font..$5 00 

7 Point M ... 5 00 

8 Point " ...3 60 

y xOint. ........»* .....••• ... o ou 



10 Point 1* font...$3 50 

11 Point " ... 3 30 

12 Point " ... 3 00 

18 Point " ...3 25 



MUSIC. 

Average weight of smallest fonts. 



Excelsior 30 lbs. ..$108 00 

jJF lcLI llOIItl. MftM*tM*t >ttOU .-- 4/\J \™-' 



jTV K(t lsK5 ».»**.*.....««•«> a a*, a a a. a »a a ... .O^Jr |L/J3<i •»• V • ** VV 

Nonpareil No* 3. 60 ** 120 00 



ANNEX TYPE BOX. 



In composing matter requiring char- 
acters usually kept in the upper part of 
the cap case, it is often tiresome and 
comparatively slow work, on account of 
the extended movement of the hand 
necessary to reach them. The Annex 
Type Boxes can be readily attached to 
any compartments of the lower case, and 
are made scoop shaped so that the type 
may be easily taken from them by the 
compositor. When attached, the type 
in the lower case is fully as accessible as 
before. 




Annex Type Box, price per dozen 
Annex Type Box, price each........ 



82 25 
. 20 



BELLOWS. 



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315 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



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BLANKETS. 



Felt. 

Size 
Size Bed, Blanket. 

21X27 25X25 

24X30 ...28X28 

25X35 29X33: 

32X46.,. 38X44 

33X50 38X47 

36X52 42X49 

0X54 46X53 



Rubber. 



14 



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I* 



II 
41 



Thick. 
■ • » o Ov ■ i 

... 4 00., 

5 50. 

6 25. 



■ * • 



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8 75. 
y to* 

...11 25, 
...12 25. 



Thiw 

.$175 

,. 2 00 
.. 2 25 

.. 3 75 
..5 00 
.. 6 50 
..7 50 
.. 9 25 
..10 00 



HlGULAK 

Thickwiss 



Sizx Bed. Size Blanket. 

20X25 24X23 

21X27 25X25 

24X30 28X28 

25X35 29X33 

29X42 34X40 

32X46 38X44 

33X50 38X47.... 

36X52 42X49 

40X54 46X53 



44 
44 
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II 
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II 
II 
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4 25 

4 75 

5 75 

6 50 
8 75 

...10 50 
...11 75 
...13 25 

• • ■ 10 Uv 



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BOOKS FOR PRINTERS. 

* 

Wilson's Punctuation $1 50 

Burgoyne's Cost of Stock 2 00 

American Printer 2 00 

Practical Printer 



**••.* 



Printers' Order Book 3 00 

Printers' Ready Reckoner 50 

Ringwalt's Encyclopedia of Printing 6 00 



BRONZING PAD. 

Receives the bronze in the 
top and delivers it through 
valves in the center of the 
fur at bottom, passing 
through a sieve before 
reaching the paper. The 
quantity of bronze used can 
be regulated by the thumb- 
screw at end of pad. 



Elm City Bronzing Pad, large size 2MX6 inches. 
Elm City Round Bronzer, light work, 2% inches 




*4 



Ce °'N, 



.$2 50 
1 50 



BRONZES. 

Rich Gold Bronze, per oz $0 25 Silver Bronze, per oz. 

Pale " " " 25 Crimson t( 

Rich Perfection Gold Bronze, per oz.... 40 Green 

Pale " " " " .... 40 Copper 



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.$0 30 
..0 40 
..0 40 
.. 40 



BRASS CURVES AND CLAMPS. 
Brass Curves and Clamps, per foot, 180 pieces $8 00 

BRUSHES. 




No. 3, Bristle, 2 X4 $0 35 

44 A 44 3 VR ft V> 

5, " 3MX9 75 

7, Tampico, 3 X8 25 

Cleveland Type Foundry ', 



No. 8, Tampico, 3 X9H $0 35 

10, Black " 3HX9 65 

11, " " 3HX9, handle, 70 



II 



II 



316 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 



PEERLESS BENZINE CAN. 



feelf-locking stopper, preventing waste and evapor- 
ation and reducing insurance premiums. Simple in 
construction and economical; automatic in its operation 
and without springs* The Peerless is an absolutely safe 
benzine and turpentine can, adapted for use in printing 
offices. In whatever position the can may be placed* 
—whether upright, or on its side, at an angle of forty" 
five degrees, or perpendicularly with its mouth down- 
ward — the stopper is always firmly locked, and the con- 
tents are securely held, 

Directions : — Hold the can with the mouth down- 
ward, then a slight shake or jar with the hand will 
unlock the stopper and release the fluid. 



Peerless Benzine Can, quart size only ♦ SO 75 

BODKINS AND TWEEZERS. 





No. 1, Wood handle, • 90 15 




Closing Spring Bodkin and Tweezers Combined ... $0 75 




No. 1 Tweezer 



• ■ ■ * * 



$0 75 




No. 2 Tweezer, 



* > 




#0 65 



No. 3 Tweezer $0 30 




No. 4 Tweezer SO 20 

Common Tweezer 15 

inters' Combined Knife, Bodkin and Tweezer 2 25 



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Cleveland, Ohio. 




BRASS LEADS AND 8LUG8— CUT TO MEASURE. 



Six-to-Pica...., $ lb $0 75 

Eight-to-Pica M 80 

Ten-to-Pica " 90 



Twelve-to-Pica 

Nonpareil and thicker.*... 



$ft$l 00 



44 



• ••*• 



75 



BRA88 RULE. 



12 Point... per 


foot, 50c... lab 


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per 


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wt. 


10 ft. f onts s 


6 lbs., oz... 


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10 " 


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44 


40c... 


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Above price 8 apply only to plain faces. For specimens of rule, see pages 246-248. 



BRA88 8PACE RULE. 



6ix-to-Pica ^lb *2 00 

Eight-to-Pica " 2 75 



Twelve-to-Pica $ ft $3 50 






OUTFIT FOR BRASS RULE WORK. 




Outfit for Brass Rule work, consisting of Soldering Copper and Acid, Blow Pipe, Wire 
Solder, Round and Flat Plyers, Square Graver, File Stone, File, Try Square. 

Price, complete, boxed ', $3 85 



BRASS LEADERS. 






Point. per ft $1 60 

Point " 1 60 



10 Point , 



.per ft SI 50 

1 40 



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lither dotted or hyphen face rule can be ordered, and will be made to line with any 
face of type by sending a cap " H " and a lower case " in *' for sample. 



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CABINET8. 



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This cabinet, made in Walnut and Cherry, contains on the left 2 large sort drawers 
and 20 two-third job cases, in the center, safe receptacles for 5 brass galleys and 16 full- 
sized job cases ; on the right, 2 sort drawers and 20 two-third job cases, same as on the left 
side. On the left upper surface are sub-divisions for labor-saving leads of various thick- 
nesses, from 4rem pica up, and on the right are spaces for the larger display type, face up, 
both of which are sunken sufficient to admit of putting up a pair of cases, left and right, 
without injury to their contents ; and in the center upper surface are, always uncovered, 
every convenience for labor-saving rules, combination borders, right and left ornaments, 
etc. The addition of the projecting front makes it serviceable as a printers' type-stand, 
at which the compositor can work. With all straight front cabinets this cannot be done, 
as there is no room for the compositor to assume a working position. 

Two extra pairs of sliding top cases go with each cabinet, as shown in cut. 

Price, Walnut $130 00 

Price, Cherry $125 00 

Boxing, $5 00. 



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Cleveland, Ohio. 



COMBINATION CABINET, NO. I. 




Combination Cabinet, No. I — Blackwalnut. 

Price $85 OO...Boxing $2.50 

Contains Eighteen Italic Cases, (or other cases, as may be desired), Eighteen Two- 
Thirds Italic Cases, Two Pairs Cases on top, (40 cases in all), Two Drawers for Copy, and 
Ten Drawers for Sorts. 

COMBINATION CABINET, NO. 2. 




Combination Cabinet, No. 2 — Blackwalnut. 

Price $65 00... Boxing $2 60 

Contains Thirteen Italic, or Triple Cases, as may be desired ; Seventeen Two-Thirds 
Italic, and Two Pairs Cases on top ; also, Two Copy and Four Sort Drawers. 



Cleveland Type Foundry '. 



320 



Cleveland % Ohio. 



CALIFORNIA CABINET 




The California Cabinet contains 
fourteen Two-Thirds Cases, sixfullJob 
or Italic Cases, four Triple Cases, two 
pair News Cases, and two Pairs on top, 
and two Copy Drawers. 

Price $65 00 

Boxing $2.50. 



California Cabinet— Blackwalnut. 



EAGLE CABINET 




The Eagle Cabinet contains 
sixteen Italic or Job Cases, eigh- 
teen Condensed Italic, with two 
pairs of News Cases on top of Cab- 
inet, and two Copy Drawers. It is 
made of blackwalnut, oiled. 

Boxing $2.50« 



Eagle Cabinet — Blackwalnut. 



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Cleveland^ Ohio. 



CHERRY CABINETS. 





Futu Size Cabinet — Galley Top* 



Two-thirds Cabinet — Galley Top. 



The full size Cabinet is usually made to hold Italic or 
Job Cases, as represented in accompanying cut* It is 
useful in large newspaper or job offices, — keeping in a 
compact form advertising or display, or job type,— both 
caps and lower case being contained in one case. It can, 
however, be made to contain cases in Pairs, or Triple cases, 
at the pleasure of the purchaser. 



FLAT TOP. 

12 Two-thirds Italic Cases...... $19 00 



16 
18 
20 



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22 00 
24 00 
27 00 



12 Three-fourths Italic Cases 22 00 



16 
18 

20 



44 



44 



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44 
41 

44 



41 
4i 
44 



26 00 
30 00 
32 00 



12 Full Italic Cases 26 00 

16 " " " 30 00 

18 34 00 

20 " " M 36 00 




Two-thirds italic Case. 



GALLEY TOP. 

12 Two-thirds Italic Cases ..$22 00 

18 ** Sl ** 97 (\f\ 

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20 " " " 30 00 

12 Three-fourths Italic Cases 25 00 

16 " M " 29 00 

18 " " " 33 00 

12 Full Italic Cases 29 00 

16 " M M 33 00 

18 " " " 37 00 

20 " " " 39 00 



Black Walnut, same prices. Sort Drawers, $3.00 extra. Boxing $1.25. 



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Cleveland, Ohio. 



STAINED CABINETS. 





Full Size Stained Cabinet — Galley Top. 



Two-Thirds Case Cabinet — Galley Top* 



These are new Cabinets to take the place of the high priced Cherry Cabinets, and are 
exactly the same, with the exception of the sides which are stained and varnished, and 
while as good as the other, are sold at much lower prices. 



Price of Stained Cabinets: 



FLAT TOP. 



ITALIC. BLANK. 

12 Two-thirds Cases $15 00 $12 00 

16 " " 18 00 H 00 

18 " " 19 50 15 00 

20 " " 21 00 16 00 

12 Three-fourths Cases 18 00 ... 15 00 

16 22 00 18 00 

18 " " 24 00 19 50 

20 " " 26 00 21 00 

12 Full Cases 22 00 19 00 

16 " " 26 00 22 00 

18 " " 28 00 23 50 

20 " M 30 00 25 00 



GALLEY TOP. 

ITALIC. BLANK. 

12 Two-thirds Cases $18 00 $15 00 

16 " " 21 00 17 00 

18 M " 22 50 18 00 

20 " " 24 00 19 00 

12 Three-fourths Cases 21 00 18 00 

16 
18 

20 M " 29 00 24 00 

12 Full Cases 25 00 22 00 

16 " " . 29 00 25 00 

18 " " 31 00 26 50 

20 " •' 33 00 28 00 



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Boxing $1.00 to $1.25. 



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Cleveland, Ohio. 



POLHEMUS CABINET. 




Polhemus Cabinet — Front View. 

Price, Double, Stained . $75 00. ..Cherry or Walnut ,$90*00 

Price, Single, " ,.,..... 35 (JO,.. " " .. 42 00 

The Double Cabinet contains 18 full sized Jobs, 20 % Jobs and 2 pairs News on top. 
The Single Cabinet contains 18 full sized Jobs, and 1 pair News on top. 

WOOD TYPE CABINET. 




This cut shows our new Wood Type Cabinet, something that has long been needed in 
all job offices. The slots in the cases can be adjusted to any size type, and are made t dust 
tight, so that the wood type is always clean and ready for use. 



12 Case, 23x44 inches 

16 (l " " ..... 



36 00 



20 Case, 23x44 inches, 



■ ■< in ii..i#*ViO LWJ 



Boxing $2.00. 



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Cleveland^ Ohio, 



BOOK BINDERS' CABINET 




6 Cap Cases, 14 size.,. $ 8 00 

10 44 " % " 12 00 

15 " * H " . . 16 50 

Other sizes to order. Boxing extra. 



Book Binders* Cabinet. 

These Cabinets are made of the best seasoned Cherry, highly finished, and the Cases 
are ornamented with bronze handles. They are made of different sizes to suit the wants 
of purchasers. The price is low enough to be within the means of every Book Binder, and 
at the same time be consistent with good workmanship and the best material. They are 
compact in form, and the sizes such as will readily admit of their being placed on a table 
or stand, out of the way, and yet convenient for use. 



INK CABINETS. 




Thousands of dollars are annually 
lost to job printers, generally, in the sin- 
gle item of Ink wasted through lack of 
a proper place to keep the cans or jars 
containing the same. More particular- 
ly is this so in regard to colored and 
high-priced Inks not continually in use, 
for when placed on shelves or left lying 
around anywhere, (if only out of the 
way), an estrangement often occurs be- 
tween can and cover, and the Ink re- 
ceives a quantity of dirt, or skins over 
from exposure to the air ; in either case 
a loss of Ink is the result. With the 
Ink Cabinet a place may be had for 
every can or jar of Ink, and with every 
can or jar in its place the loss of Ink 
from such sources would cease. 

The price is low enough to bring it 
within the means of every job office. 



Ink Cabinet. 



Contains four compartments suitable for Ink, etc-, with Marble Slab, 18X24 inches, 

on top for mixing Inks. Price , , ** $13 00 

Boxing SL00. 



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SORT CABINET. 
10 Drawer Cabinet, arranged in 2 tiers. ..Soft Wood, $ 25 00. ..Cherry, $ 27 50... Boxing, SI 00 



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58 00... 


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105 00... 


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Galley Cabinet. 



This is a very useful piece of furniture for every printing office, as it is a very con- 
venient receptacle for galleys filled with matter, or empty, as the case may be. 

To hold 20 single or double galleys $14 00 

*• 40 M " " 25 0O 

•• 60 " " " 36 00 

Boxing, $1.25. 



WROUGHT IRON PIPE STANDS. 

\Jl ll£s L.tu \J Lull VI , Vt l LLlvJ \JL L 1 cLL^-IVi!?* •**.«*vipv..->* *..... *■■■■**■ ■ ■■■■«■■ * ■ ■••*■«■■■«•■ ■■■■■•■■ ■*»•*■•■! ■■»**»<■■■ immih i%F *7 v'vf 

Single Stand, with racks for eight eases 10 50 

Single Stand, with racks for eight cases and galley rest 11 50 

Double Stand, with eight racks 13 50 

Double Stand* with eight racks and galley rest „ 16 75 

Double Stand, with eight racks, galley rest and racks 23 50 

Double Stand, with racks for eight full and eight % cases .«,«,., 18 0O 

Double Stand, with galley rest and racks for sixteen full cases.... * 20 00 

Double Stand, with galley rest and galley rack , racks for eight full and eight % cases 28 50 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



326 



Cleveland. Ohio* 



CHICAGO MAIL LIST CABINET 




The Chicago Mail List Cabinet. 

Chicago Mail List Cabinet * ****** 

Iron Brackets, per pair 



This cabinet will hold an entire 
mail list outfit. The first space is a 
cupboard to hold the mailing machine, 
roller, etc. The middle space will hold 
30 galleys of either Mustang or Ruk- 
enbrod pattern, or 15 regular wide 
brass mailing galleys. The third 
space contains 7 sort drawers. If 
more galley room is needed, shelves 
can be substituted for a part or all 
the sort drawers. The top has a 
movable galley rest; it can also be 
used as a mailing work table, Iron 
brackets to hold a pair of cases can be 
attached to this cabinet. 



..S27 00... Boxing, SI 00 

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BRACKET CABINET. 



This Cabinet is made 
to contain 18 cases, two- 
thirds size, — either Italic 
or in Pairs. Or it may be 
made to contain 18 three- 
fourths, or full size cases, 
either Italic or in Pairs. 
To suit the different ideas 
of purchasers, they are 
made either of Cherry or 
Blackwalnut; if of the 
latter, at a slight extra 
cost. The small drawers 
on top are convenient re- 
ceptacles for copy, or may 
be used for any other de- 
sired purpose. 

If made of Blackwal- 
nut, $3.00 extra, for either 
size. Brackets, if sold 
separate, $2.00 per pair. 

4K6* The prices given 
include the Brackets, but 
not the cases on top. 




STAINED CABINETS. 

18 Two-thirds Cases $30 00 

18 Three-fourths Cases 33 00 

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Bracket Cabinet. 

CHERRY CABINETS. 

18 Two thirds Cases 

18 Three-fourths Cases...,..- 

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36 00 



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AUTOCRAT CA8E STAND. 

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If made of black walnut, extra 2 00 

Boxing «. ,50. 



No.l- 

No. 2- 
No. 3 
No. 4- 



NEW YORK STANDS. 

■new York Single Stand, with Racks for 15 Cases and 1 pair on top 

■New York Double Stand, with Racks for 30 Cases and 2 pair on top 

-New York Quadruple Stand, with Racks for 60 Cases and 4 pair on top... 
New York Window Stand, with Racks for 30 Cases and 2 pair on top 



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..$ 6 50 
.. 12 00 
.. 20 00 
. 12 00 



CITY STAND. 




In the City Stand the upper case is brought upward and forward, partially over the 
lower case, but not interfering with it. The lower case rests on slides and may be pushed 
back, when it uncovers a galley shelf, as shown in cut. 

Price, Single, for 15 full-size cases, with galley shelf r 86 75 

" Double, for 30 " " 4i 2 galley shelves 9 50 



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CASE STANDS. 



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The upright center and end 
pieces are each complete for 
setting up ; the latter mor- 
tised to receive the ends of 
the long front and rear cross 
pieces, each of which hare 
bolts at both ends, to firmly 
hold the stand together. 



Size and Price. i 

Single Stand, with Rack for 12 Two-Thirds Cases $3 00 

Single 12 Full Cases 3 25 

News " M " 8 " 3 75 

Double *' " " 8 " and 8 Two-Thirds Cases 4 25 

" " " 10 " " 10 ** " 5 00 

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11 ** ** ** 9A ** fi ftn 

11 M 24 (i with closed ends „. 7 00 

If made of blackwalnut, S2.00 extra. Stands to hold any number of Cases made to 
order. 




To Set Up : 

First unscrew bolts from the 
end of the front cross pieces 
and pass same through holes in 
the end pieces ; tighten a little 
and repeat with the rear cross 
pieces ; put the center upright 
in place and then fasten with 
screws ; tighten bolts firmly 
and put on rest for case. The 
bottom front cross piece is mor- 
tised for center upright ; the 
other pieces will easily explain 
themselves* 

The other stands are set up 
in the same manner. 



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CASE RACK. 

This Rack is very convenient to store away 
extra cases. 

It is made of whitewood and put together 
with bolts. 

If desired, we can make the Rack with pan- 
eled end, at additional cost of 81.50. 



Plain as Closed Back 
in Cut, and Sides, 

To hold 10 Full Size Cases $ 5 50 $ 7 75 



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CASES. 




Improved Lower Case 



Improved Lower Case $0 95 



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CASES. 




Italic, or Job Case. 

Italic, or Job „. , ,....$0 90 




Yankee Job case. 



Yankee Job 



$1 00 




Improved Job Case. 



This ease is made to take in a complete font of caps, small caps and lower case. 
Improved Job Case ti# $l 20 




Triple Case. 



Triple Case .,. , $0 90 




BORDER AND ORNAMENT CASE, 

This case is needed in every printing office. It will hold six fonts of border. 
Border and Ornament Case ** $1 25 



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CASES 




Figure Case. 



Figure Case „ fl 00 





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Space and Quad Case 



Space and Quad Case 



SI 00 




Metal Furniture Case, 



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This case is double depth, and will hold one hundred pounds of furniture. 



Metal Furniture Case -...$2 00 




labor-saving Lead or Slug Case* 

Labor-Saving Lead or Slug Case $1 00 




Labor-Saving Rule Case* 

Labor-Saving Rule Case. $1 15 



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CASES. 





Butler Job Case 



Butler Job Cases, per pair ,.,..„ , ..„.•.. .*..$3 50 




Two-Thirds Job Casb. 

Two-Thirds Job Case SO 75 





Improved Two-Thirds Job Case, Two-Thirds Rule Case. 

Improved Two-Thirds Job Case $0 90 

Two-Thirds Rule Case '. . „.„,. - 90 

Two-Thirds Blank Case --« 45 

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Two-Thirds News Cases 



Two-Thirds News (upper and lower), per pair , $1 40 



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CASES. 




Harris* Improved Rule Case, No. \ 




Harris* Improved Rule Case, No, 2. 

Case No 1 is exactly one-fourth the inside measurement of an ordinary blank cage, but 
is made double* u e., has two complete cases in the same frame. It is designed for small 
offices and will hold two complete fonts or kinds of labor-saving rule, of 8 pounds each, or 
a total of 16 pounds in the case. The boxes are so constructed that the different lengths 
are kept standing, so they can be quickly and easily taken from their respective places* 

Case No. 2 is of the same dimensions as Case No. l f and like it holds lt> pounds of rule, 
all of one font or kind, however. 



Harris' Improved Rule Case, No. 1 , * SI 25 

" No, 2 ..„„. 1 00 

11 No.3..._ . 1 00 

No. 4 „, 1 00 




Blank Case. 



Blank Case 




$0 65 



Wood Type Case 



Wood Type Case, to fit stand .* ..,,, ,.. * .$1 00 



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HAND CARTS. 




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SIZES AND PRICES: 



No. — 42 inch wheels, 1 inch tire, 1 inch iron axle, box 48X28 inches, 10 inches 

deep $11 00 

No, 1 — 36 inch wheels, 1 inch tire, % inch iron axle, box 40X23 inches, 10 inches 



deep 



10 00 



No. 2—30 inch wheels, % inch tire, % inch iron axle, box 32X20 inches, 9 inches 

No. 3 — 42 inch wheels, 1 inch tire, 1 inch iron axle, box 48X28 inches, 10 inches 

deep, with third wheel 12 75 

No. 4—36 inch wheels, 1 inch tire, % inch iron axle, box 40X23 inches, 10 inches 

deep, with third wheel 11 25 

No. 5—30 inch wheels, % inch tire, % inch iron axle, box 32X20 inches, 9 inches 

deep, with third wheel 10 50 

The third wheel is designed to assist in crossing gutters in cities. 




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CASE BRACKET. 




Case Bracket to hold one cafe 

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IMPROVED CARD CUTTER. 




PATENTED. 



An important feature of this machine is the ease with which the gauge is set to any 
desired size, from a half-inch to a half-sheet card. This is done by a rack and pinion! 
accurately cut by special machinery* The position maintained by the gauge is perfectly 
parallel with the knife* A clamp, conveniently arranged, holds the card firmly, in- 
suring a smooth and true cut. 

It will be observed we have dropped the 28 inch size, and have reduced the price of the 
30 inch size to $45.00* 

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ELM CITY CARD CUTTER. 

It is so made that a full sheet of card board may be cut on it with as little trouble as 
any larger machine. There is no other cutter of its size that will do this. 

Price. $12 00 



PEERLESS 12 INCH CARD CUTTER. 




Very useful in every paper mill, paper warehouse and printing office. With twelve 
inch blade any size sheet may be cut* The sheet of cardboard, to be cut, may lie perfectly 
flat on the table, a positively necessary feature in accurately cutting heavy stock* 

Price (12 inch) .*. . $12 00 



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PEERLESS 24 INCH CARD CUTTER. 




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A very handy, perfect and desirable Card Cutter for printing offices and paper mills, 
with automatic clamp and double rod front gage. 



Price (Cuts 24 inches) 



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.$35.00 



CAST IRON CHASES. 



Sim Outside Chase, Frigid 

4X6 80 85 

5 X16 1 60 

6 X12 1 40 

6^XHH 1 60 

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7 X10 1 35 

7^X25H 2 45 

8 X23 2 30 

8 X23J4 2 35 

9 XH 1 55 

9 X12 1 60 

9 XH 1 75 

9 X26 2 60 

9KX12H 1 70 

9HX16 1 /* 1 95 

9HX21M 2 30 

10 X12 1 75 

10 X14 1 80 

10 Xlo 2 00 

10 X18 2 10 

10 X28 2 80 

10MXHM 1 70 

10 XH 1 90 

10MX27H 2 80 

11^X16^ 2 05 

11^X16^ 2 10 

12 X15 2 5 



Size Outside C ii asm. 



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23 
24 
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19 



PiUCE 

$2 40 

2 50 

2 60 

2 65 

3 30 

2 30 

2 40 

13KX19^ 2 45 

'3KX25X 2 85 

3J^X41 3 95 

4 X17 2 30 

4 X21 2 60 

4HX18M 2 45 

4HX19 2 50 

4J4X20 2 55 

i%X&>% 3 50 

5 X19 2 50 

VAX&A 2 40 

"30 3 25 

20 2 65 

X21 2 75 

8 X22 3 10 

8MX20^ 2 85 

9KX24J4 3 00 

20 X27 3.50 

23 X30 4 00 

25 X35 5 00 



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JOB PRESS CHASES. 
For Gordon, Peerless, Star, Universal and Liberty Presses, 



Steel, 



Cast Iroj*. 



7XH inches inside $2 70 SI 00 

8X12 " " 3 00 1 2.5 

9X13 " " 4 50 1 25 

10X15 " " 4 50 1 50 



11 X17 inches inside. 

13 X19 

14 X20 
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Steel, 

..$5 oo 

.. 5 00 
.. 5 75 
6 00 



Cast Irojt, 

$1 75 

2 00 

2 50 

3 00 



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WROUGHT IRON CHASES 



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Pair of Twin Chases. 

Outside Measure* Each, Inside Measuri, Each. Price per Pair 

No. 1—5 Column Folio 14 X21% 12HX^% $ 9 50 

16^X24 14^X22 10 00 

-». 19^X25% 17^X23% 11 00 

wide 20^X27 18^X24% 12 00 

„ - -- 21^X28 19%X25% 13 00 

" wide 22%X29 20%X26% 14 00 



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Special 6- Column Folio for narrow margin, 16x23 outside, 14^x21 inside, $10.00. 




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Pair of Twin Chases with Bars. 



OutSIdzM^sure. Each. 



Inside: Miasure, Each, 



No. 1-4 Column Quarto 18 X24V£ 16MX22K- 

M 2-5 " " 21WX28H 19HX26J4. 

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Center Bar, 1 inch. 



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Price mr Pair 

$14 50 

15 50 

16 00 

17 60 




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No. 1 17X21 15 X19 $ 8 00 

" 2 20X25 18 X23 8 50 

" 3 24X30 22 X28 9 00 

9 50 

10 00 

11 00 

12 00 

13 00 

14 00 

15 00 



4 25X35 22$4>v"74 

5 29X42 26%X39|$ 

8 36X.}2. 33||X49H 

10 40X60 37kX57K 

Center Bar, 1 inch. 
Cross Bar, % inch. 



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Book or Shifting-Bar Chase. 



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OHA8E3. 



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Heading Chase with Cross Bar — Wrought Iron. 

6X17 inches inside, flat cap $5 50 

8X21 demy 6 00 

8X28 " " " double cap 8 00 




Skeleton Chase. 

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2 20X25. 

3 24X30. 

4 25X35. 



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.18 X23 5 50 

.22 X28 6 00 

.22%X32% 6 50 



5 29X42 26%X399£ 7 50 

6 32X46 29KX43% 8 00 

7 ...34X50 ^ SVAXWA 9 00 

8 36X52 33J4X49H 10 00 

9 40X54 37HX51H 1100 

10 42X60 39J4X57^ 12 00 




News Chase. 

Outside Measure. 



Inside Measure. 



Price, Each 



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1 17X21 15 

2 20X25 18 X23 

3 24X29 22 X27 

4 26X34 23^X31% 8 00 

5 29X42 26%X39% 9 00 

6 32X47 29%X44% 10 00 

7 35X51 32HX48H 11 00 

8 38X55 35J4X52H 12 00 

9 41X60 38HX57J4 13 0C 

Center Bar, 1 inch. 



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COMPOSING STICKS. 




Common Screw. 




Yankee 



6 inch, 2 inches deep $ 75 

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1 75 



Nickel Plated, Either Screw or Yankee 



6 inch fl 00 10 inch SI 30 



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14 inch $1 70 

16 " 1 90 



18 inch $2 10 

20 " 2 25 




GROVER. 



6 inch, Steel ....$0 90 

8 " " 1 00 

10 " M 1 20 

12 " " 1 -10 

14 4 * " 1 60 



16 inch. Steel SI 80 

18 " M 2 00 

20 " " 2 20 

Extra Clasp 10 

Extra Knee 40 




Albion. 



6 inch, Steel, 2 inches deep $1 00 

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6 inch, German Silver .....SI 50 

8 " ** " 1 75 

Extra Screw and Nut 10 

Extra Knee 40 




Standard News. 



6 inch, 2 inches deep SO 85 

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2% 



" 90 

M 95 



6 inch, 2 inches deep $0 90 

6 " 2% " " 95 

6 *' 2% " " 1 00 



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Cleveland ' Ohio. 



COMPOSING STICKS 




I nt. 

6 [inches, 2, 2% or 2 X A inches deep $0 90 

8 " 2, 2k or 2k " " 1 00 

" 2, 2^or2^ " " 1 20 



10 
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The Buckeye. 

14 inches, 2, 2K or 2 X A inches deep 1 60 

16 " 2, 2 l A or 2 l A " " 1 80 

18 " 2,2 l Aor2 1 A " " 2 00 



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PERFECT NEWS STICK, NO. S. 

Steel riveted, 13 or 13K ems pica, 2 x /i inches deep 

Made of the best of steel, and the set bar or knee is riveted firmly 
back of the stick. It is accurate in every respect. 



$ 80 

to the bottom and 




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Adjustable Knee. 



6 inch, 2 inches deep $1 10 

6** 01/ Ml* 1 if 

6 " 2H " " ... 1 20 

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8 " 2K M " 1 30 

" 2 " " 1 40 



12 inch, 2 inches deep SI 60 

14 " 2 " " 1 80 

16 " 2 " " 2 00 

18 " 2 " ** 2 20 

20 " 2 " " 2 40 

6 " German Silver 175 

8 " " " 2 00 




Boston Job. 



6 inch, 2 inches deep 81 00 

6 " 2% " " 1 10 

8" 2 " " 1(1 

10 " 2 * 4 M 1 30 



10 inch, 2% inches deep 

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1 60 

1 80 

2 10 




Standard Job. 



6 inch, 2 inches deep $175 

6 '* 2% " " 1 85 

6 «' 2)4 " " 1 95 

8 " 2 " '* 2 00 



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8 inch, 2 l A inches 
10 " 2 " 
10 " 2J4 " 
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deep $2 20 

M 2 25 

" 2 35 

" 2 45 

" 2 50 



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12 " 

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16 " 

18 " 

20 " 
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... 96 

... 1 00 

... 105 

.. 1 10 

.. 1 15 



24 inch $1 20 

26 M 1 25 



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.. 1 50 
.. 1 75 



Counts up to 1,000,000. 



PERFECTION COUNTER, 




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HART COUNTER. 




Counts up to 100,000, with alarm $10 00 

Counts up to 100,000 plain counter without alarm 6 00 



HAWKINS COUNTER. 




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$10 oo 



ELM CITY COUNTER. 
Counts to 100,000 $10 00 



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342 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



CUT FROM 6 POINT RULE. 



13% inches for 4 Col. Folio or Quarto... $0 35 



COLUMN RULES. 

CUT FROM 8 POTXT RULE. 

13% inches for 4 Col. Folio or Quarto.. .SO 50 



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6 " 

7 " 

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Each additional inch 2% cents. 

CUT FROM 7 POINT RULE. 

13% inches for 4 Col. Folio or Quarto...$0 40 



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65 
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CUT FROM 10 POINT RULE. 



13% inches for 4 Col. Folio or Quarto. ..$0 55 



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6 " 

7 " 

8 " 

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Each additional inch, 5 cents. 



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70 
80 
85 
85 
95 



Column Rules notched for use on perfecting presses, extra, each, 25 cents. 



COMPOSING RULES. 

Set Composing Rules, assorted from 12 to 30 ems, put up in a durable leather case SI 50 

Composing Rules, 15 ems and under 25 

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20 to 25 " " 35 




COMPOSITION KETTLES. 



PRICE: 



Composition Kettles, (tin) $6 50 



STo.l 
No. 



GOLDING'S CURVING MACHINES. 
Curves Mto4 inchesjdiameter $12 00 

" }£to8 " " 18 00 

Dies'for forming square corners, $1.50, extra. 



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343 



Cleveland, Okie. 



COPY HOLDER. 

Golding Copy Holder, plain SO 75 

* plated 85 



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CUTTING STICKS FOR PAPER CUTTERS. 



Description:— Our cutting stick consists of 
Main Body Piece A t which has a groove or re- 
cess cut the entire length of same to receive a 
small strip (B) % of an inch square. This re- 
movable stnp is the cutting surface, and is held 
in place by a steel clamp C, which is drawn up 
by the bolts D, This removable strip being 
square, can be used on four bides, thus giving 
the same amount of cutting surface as a large 
sized stick. 

In ordering a Body Piece for your cutter, 
cut off and send us a small piece^ from end of 
stick you have used. Be particular to see 
that the piece you send us fits the slot nicely, 
and give us the length of stick your machine 
requires. In ordering the small strips it is only 
necessary to give the length of stick, as we cut 
them all to a standard gauge. 




Hamilton's Cutting Stick 



Price of Main Body Piece, any length up to 38 inches 

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DATE LINES. 

Made to order from any type in our catalogue 

Not less than two made of any one kind, 

CHICAGO DRYING RACK. 



.each $0 50 



To hold 12 shelves, 2 feet wide by 2 feet long $14 00 

" 10 " 2 l A " 4 *' 23 00 



ELECTROTYPED SLUGS. 




Electrotype Slugs cut to measure of column, each $0 15 

ENGRAVING. 

"We have made arrangements whereby we are enabled to furnish- first-class engraving 
at fair prices. 

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ELEOTROTYPINQ. 

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ENVELOPE FLAP EMBO88INQ PUNOH. 

For embossing imprints whore ordinary imprints are not allowed. Nickel plated. ..$5 00 



ENGRAVER* 8 WOOD. 



First quality Boxwood sq. in. $0 05 

Second " " " 04 

Third " " u 03 



Fourth quality Boxwood V sq. in. 02 

First " Maple " 02 

Second * " " 01 



Peerless Feeders, each. 



PEERLE88 FEEDER. 

$0 20 | Peerless Feeders, per dozen. 



.$150 



FEED FOLDER8. 

Bone, each $0 25 



FELT CLOTH FOR DISTRIBUTORS. 
In rolls 2% inches wide, for power press distributors, 12 yards to the roll $5 00 



FOLDING MACHINES. 

Following are prices on some of the Folding Machines built by the Campbell Printing 
Press Co. This is but a partial list, however. Write full information of the work you 
have to fold and we will quote you prices on the machine best adapted to your needs— for 
either newspaper or book work. 

Hand-Feed Newspaper Turn Sheet Folding Maohine. 

This maohine is especially intended for rapid newspaper folding of 4 and 8 pages. The 
papers are delivered and packed at both 3rd and 4th folds. All folds at right angles. 



No. 


Size. 


Extreme Sizes of Paper. 


Floor Space. 


3-fold. 


4-fold. 


25 
26 
27 


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22 x 28 to 33 x 46 

23x30 to 36x50 

*24 x 32 to 40 x 56 


4 ft. 1 in. x 4 ft. 9 in. 
4 ft. 5 in. x 5 ft. 1 in. 
4 ft. 9 in. x 5 ft. 7 in. 


$600 
650 
750 


8650 
700 
800 



Pasting and Trimming Attachments for 8-page paper, $50 additional. 

Newspaper Folding Maohine Attaching to Press. 

This machine can be attached to any press with a back delivery when the heading is 

printed with the last side. In ordering state the make of the press it is to be attached to, 

space behind the press and circumference of the cylinder over blanket. All folds at right 

angles unless specially ordered. Four-fold machines deliver the papers at 3rd or 4th folds. 



No. 


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Extreme Sizes of Paper. 


Floor Space. 


Back of Press 
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3-Fold. 


4-Fold. 


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22 x 28 to 33 x 46 

23 x 30 to 36 x 50 

24 x 32 to 40 x 56 


3 ft. 7 in. x 4 ft. 9 in. 

3 ft. 11 in. x 5 ft. 1 in. 

4 ft. 3 in. x 5 ft. 4 in. 


5 ft. 9 in. 

6 ft. 9 in. 

7 ft, 4 in. 


$600 
650 
750 


$650 
700 
800 



Insetting and Pasting Attachments for 6-page paper $50 additional 

Paster and Trimmer for 8-page paper 50 *' 

Insetting, Paster and Trimmer for 8 and 10-page paper 100 ** 



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An indispensable article in any job office for moving heavy forms. The heaviest form 
can be readily and easily handled. 

Form Truck $3 00 



FOOT SLUGS. 



Brass, 12 Point, cut for Newspaper col..$0 15 
Brass, 18 Point, " " " 20 



Brass, 24 Point, Newspaper col $0 25 

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NEWSPAPER, BOOK AND JOB GALLEYS. 




rass Galleys — Lined. 



Single Column, 3%X2&£ in. inside $2 00 

3%XH^ 4 * " 1 50 



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Double Column, 6^X23% in. inside.. .$2 50 

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HALF-LINED GALLEYS. 
Single Column $1 75 | Double Column 



$2 25 



UNLINED GALLEYS. 



Single Column.. 



$150 I Double Column $175 




ALL-BRASS GALLEYS. 

These All-brass Galleys are especially adapted for use in morning newspaper offices, 
as in many cases it is necessary to soak the type in hot lye before distributing, in order to 
prevent its sticking together. Galleys made in part of wood would be ruined in a few- 
days by such treatment, hence the necessity and economy of using Galleys made wholly 
of brass. These All-brass Galleys are the most perfect and strongest ever offered to the 
trade. 

Single Column... $2 00 I Double Column $2 50 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



348 



Cleveland ', Ohio. 



GALLEYS. 



BRASS JOB GALLEYS— LINED. 



6 X10 inches inside $2 00 

8^X13 " " 2 50 

10 X16 " " 3 00 



12X18 inches inside $3 50 

14X20 " " 4 00 

15X22 " " 5 00 




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Brass-Lined, with closed ends, 6/£X21/£ inches inside $3 00 

" 10 X21^ " " 4 00 

Zinc Bottom, " " " &AX21H " " 150 

Brass Reglet for same, each, Nonpareil thickness 35 

Metal " " «* " " 15 

Galleys, 10 Picas wide, for McFatrich Mailing Machine 1 00 

«« 11 (• «( I* a tt tt 1 qe 

" for Mustang Mailer ♦ 50 

Special sizes of Galleys made to order. 




Slice Galleys 



Octavo, Slice, 6 X10 $2 00 

Quarto, " 8%X13 2 25 

Medium," 10 X16 2 50 

Royal, " 12 X18 2 75 



Super Royal, Slice, 14X20 83 50 

Imperial, " 15X22 '4 00 

Republican, " 18X25 4 50 




Common Wood Galleys. 



4X 6 inches inside $0 20 

5X 8 " " 25 

6X10 " " 30 

5X15 " " 30 

6X20 " " 50 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 



8X10 inches inside $0 40 

8X12 " " 50 

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10X16 " " 60 



349 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



GAUGE PINS. 




Original Steel Qauqe Pin 




Golden Steel Qauqe Pin 




Single Prong Gauge Pin 





Hook Gauge Pin 



Two Prong Gauge Pin. 




Perfect Register Gauge, 




Screw Adjustable Gauge Pin 



Radiating Sheet Supporters. 




Spring Tongue Gauge Pin. 




Parallel Feed Guides 



SIZES AND PRICES: 

Original Steel Gauge Pins.— Four sizes. No. l f low. No. 2, medium. No. 3, high 
No. 4, low, short lip. Price GO cents per dozen. 

Golden Steel Gauge Pins. — Six sizes. No. 1, low. No. 2, medium. No. 3, high* 
No. 4, low, short lip. No. 5 f medium, Va inch lip. No. 6, long lip. Price 40 cents per dozen. 

Single Prong Gauge Pins-— Four sizes. No. 1, low. No- 3, high. No. 6, low, long 
lip* No. 7, high, long lip. Price 25 cents per dozen. 

Two Prong Gauge Pins.— Five sizes. No. 1, low. No. 2 t medium. No. 3 f high. 
No, 4, low, short lip. No. 6, long lip. Price 25 cents per dozen. 

Hook Gauge Pins. — Two sizes. No. 1, low. No. 3 f high. Price 25 cents per dozen. 

Brass Gauge Pins*— Five sizes. No, 1, low. No. 2, medium. No. 3, high. No, 4, 
low, short lip. No. 6, long lip. Price 40 cents per dozen. Pointkd Tongues for use in 
pulling off sheets. May be inserted in head of Brass Gauge Pin. Price 25 cents per dozen. 

Radiating Shkkt Supporters.— Eight sizes. No. 3, for 7XU press, $3.00. No. 3Ht 
for 8X12 press, $3,10. No. 4, for 9X13 press, $3.20. No. 4J4 for 10X15 press, $3.30. No. 5, 
for 11X17 press, $3.40, No. 5J4 for 12X18 press, $3.50. No. 6, for 13X19 press, 83.60. No.6^ t 
for 14X22 press, $3.70. 

Screw Adjustable Gauge Pixs.— One size. Low, with adjustable tongue* An ad- 
justable gauge pin without teeth. Price $1.00 per set, three in a set, one tongue each. 

Spring Tongue Gauge Pins.— One size. Low, with adjustable tongue. Price $1.20 
per dozen. Per set of three, 40 cents, including an extra tongue for each pin» 

Parallel Feed Guides,— Price, Holders 1 size, 75 cents per pair. Guides as follows: 
\ X A inch, 40 cents. 2 inch, 45 cents. 2 l A inch, 50 cents. 3 inch, 55 cen ts. Z X A inch, 60 cents. 
4 inch, 65 cents. 414 inch, 70 cents. 5 inch, 75 cents* 5 l A inch, 80 cents. 6 inch, 85 cents. 
Q l A inch, 90 cents per pair. 

Perfect Register Gauge. — Pastes on like a quad and adjustable after it is pasted 
on. One size answers for all work. Price, $1.25 per set of three, including two dozen 
extra tongues. 



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350 



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GAUGE PINS. 




Extension Feed Guides. 





The Flexible Gauge Pin. 

Is a side gauge pin — a gripper gauge pin — 
a flat gauge piu — a compressible gauge pin — 
a spring gauge pin — a low gauge pin— a 
sky-high gauge pin — a sheet-lifting gauge 
pin — a non-smashable gauge pin — an all- 
around gauge pin is the gauge pin called 
the "Flexible.** Price 60e. per dozen. 

No. 4, Side-Gauge. No. 1, Low Bottom- 
Gauge. No* 3, High Bottom-Gauge. 



Extension Feed Guides.— Price $1.00 per set, two in a set, complete with an extra 
pair of short guides and tongues. For gauging sheets at or below the edge of the platen. 
The extension is 2)4 inches long and may be cut down if required. 




ECONOMY GALLEY RACK. 

Wooden Upright, Iron Arms. 



To hold 6 Galleys,. 



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GALLEY RACK AND REST. 

Rack complete with 8 rests $6 00 

10 " 7 50 

Plain Rests, each 50 

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HEAD RULE8. 



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12 inches and under each$0 35 

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12 inches and under each $0 38 

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The length of Head Rules given above are for columns 13 ems Pica wide, and Minion 
Column Rules. 

HEADING8 FOR NEW8PAPER8. 

Blectrotyped, each word in one block, about $ 2 00 to $ 5 00 

If engraved to order 10 00 to 18 00 



INKING APPARATUS. 

Distributor, Stand and Roller, With two Cylinders and Roller Handle, including two 
Roller Cores, complete. 



No. 1—30 inches long $15 00 

No. 2-32 " " 16 00 

No. 3-36 " " 17 00 

No. 4-38 " " 18 00 



No. 5—40 inches long $19 00 

No. 6-42 " " 20 00 

No. 7-44 " " 2100 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



352 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



IMPOSING STONES 




Old Style 




SIZE. 



WITHOUT FRAME, 



WITH OLD STYLE WtTM NEW STYLB 



FRAME. 



FRAME* 



No. 1, for 7 Column paper, two pages, 26X44 $10 00 $18 00 $25 00 

" 2, M 8 " " M 28X50 12 50 21 50 28 50 

30X60 15 50 25 50 33 00 

four pages, 26X72 16 25 28 00 36 00 

28X80 19 50 32 00 40 50 

" 30X90 23 50 38 00 46 50 

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PRINTING INKS. 



We carry in stock the following line of black and colored printing inks, from the cele- 
brated and popular factory of Jaenecke-Ullman Co., New York City and Germany. All of 
the inks specified below are put up in one-quarter pound tubes unless otherwise stated. 



Price per Lb. 

News Ink, 28 lb. kegs $ 20 



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50 

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News Ink, 5 and 10 lb* cans 

Brilliant Black, 1, 2 and 5 lb. cans* 

Brilliant Black, 1, 2 and 5 lb. cans 

Brilliant Black, l f 2 and 5 lb. cans 

Nubian Black, l f 2 and 5 lb. cans 

Job Black, 1 lb. cans...... 1 00 

Combination Black..... 1 50 

Combination Black 2 00 

Combination Black . 3 00 

Bronze Blue Black.. 2 50 

Blue Black, Light, No. 2 1 50 

Blue Black, Deep, No. 2 1 *50 

Blue Black, Light, No. 1 .,.,... 2 50 

Blue Black, Beep, No. 1 2 50 

Ultramarine, No. 3, 1 lb. cans.... 1 00 

Oriental Blue, No. 3 1 50 

Berlin Blue...,. 2 00 

Bronze Blue, No. 2 . 2 00 

Bronze Blue, No. 1 . 2 50 

Ultramarine, No. 2. 2 50 

Azure Blue - 2 50 

Milori Blue 8 00 

Turkish Blue 3 00 

Marzarin Blue 3 50 

violet Bluish, !No. 3 ., 3 00 

Violet Bluish, No. 1 5 00 

Violet Redish, No. 3 3 00 

Violet Redish, No. 1 4 00 

Vermillion, No. 1 2 00 

Brilliant Carmine Vermillion 4 50 

Brilliant Red, No. 3 150 

Brilliant Red, No. 2 2 00 

Brilliant Red, No. 1 2 50 

Deep Cherry 4 00 

Superior Rose Lake 3 00 

Crimson Lake, No. 2 4 00 

Brilliant Lake, No. 1 4 00 

Brilliant Lake, No. 5 00 

Deep Geranium Lake 5 00 

Brilliant Carmine, No. 3, 2 oz. tubes. 8 00 



Price per lb . 

Brilliant Carmine, No. 1, 2 oz. tubes.$12 00 

Claret Lake 5 00 

Agate Red 5 00 

Chestnut Brown 1 50 

Snu if Brown 2 00 

Sepia, No. 2 2 50 

Sepia Brown, No. 1 3 00 

Photo, Deep % 3 00 

Photo. Light 3 00 

Chocolate Brown 3 00 

Bismarck Brown..... 3 00 

Maroon Lake 3 00 

Red Brown Lake 3 50 

Brown Lake, No. 1.... 4 50 

Brown Lake, No. 2 4 50 

Brown Lake, No. 3 4 50 

Lemon Yellow 2 00 

Sulphur Yellow 2 00 

Chrome Yellow, Deep 1 50 

Chrome Yellow, Light 2 00 

Chrome Orange 2 00 

Persian Orange 2 00 

Olive Ureen 2 00 

Silk Green, Light 2 00 

Bronze Green 2 00 

Regal Green 3 00 

Dragon Green 3 00 

Brilliant Green, Light 5 00 

Brilliant Green, Dark 5 00 

White, 1 lb. cans 50 

Fine White 1 25 

Light Gold Ink 5 00 

Deep Gold Ink 5 00 

Yellow Bronze Size, %.,,'%k\ lb. cans 1 50 
Yellow Bronze Size, Special Quick 

Drying 1 50 

Copying Ink, Red, Scarlet, Purple 

and Blue 5 00 

Gloss Varnish, 1 lb. cans 1 50 

Dryer, 1 lb. cans 1 50 

Reducing Varnish, 1 lb. cans 50 



INK SLICE 



These are superior to anything of 
the kind in the market. The handle, 
which is of brass, is secured to the steel 
blade in such a manner that it cannot 
work loose. 

Ink Slice each, SO 75 

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354 



Cleveland^ Ohio. 



(NKOLEUM. 




THE PRINTERS' WONDER. 



For reducing and refining Printing and Litho 
graphic Inks instantly, without impairing the 
color, no matter how old or stiff, to any con- 
sistency required, and making them work clear* 
free and easy, on any kind of press, on any kind 
of paper, and in any temperature* Also pre- 
vents paper from pulling and sticking to form. 
No spreading of jobs necessary. 

Inkpleum, put up in Half Pound Bottles... ..$0 50 



INKING STONES. 
Best Marble, 12X18 ....$2 00 | Best Marble, 18X24 $3 75 



INK KNIVES. 



6 inch blade, each $0 60 



7 " 



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9 inch blade, each $1 25 

12 M " " 2 00 



LABOR-SAVING CHERRY FURNITURE. 




Single Font of Furniture, with Case. 

Half Font, with case, 280 pieces $5 00 

Single Font, with stained Case, containing 560 pieces S 00 

Single Font, without Case, containing 560 pieces 5 50 

Single Font, with Case containing 560 pieces, with extra partitions 10 00 

Double Font, with Case, containing 1,120 pieces ; 15 00 

Double Font, with Case, containing 1,120 pieces, with extra partitions. 18 00 

Double Font, without Case, containing 1,120 pieces 11 09 

Mammoth Case, for poster work, designed for large offices, with partitions, no door, 

containing selected furniture cut 10 to 160 ems long 40 00 

This furniture is planed perfectly smooth, finished in oil, and made 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 
and 10 ems Pica wide, and accurately cut to 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50 and 60 ems long, 
with size stamped on end of each piece. 



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LABEL HOLDERS. 




These holders improve the appearance of the office; facilitate in the selection of lines; 
save time, labor, and patience in both composition and distribution. 
Brass Label Holders 1X5J4 inches, per hundred $2 50 

LABOR-SAVING REGLET CASES. 




No, 1 contains 1,800 pieces, half pica and half nonpareil, cut 10 to 60 ems pica long.„$ 8 00 
No. 2 contains 2,400 pieces, half pica and half nonpareil, cut 10 to 120 ems pica long,. 14 00 
No. 3 contains 4,200 pieces, half pica and half nonpareil, cut 10 to 51 ems pica long,,.. 15 00 
No. 6 contains 3,150 pieces, half pica and half nonpareil, cut 10 to 150 ems pica long.., 20 00 

LABOR-SAVING LEAD AND SLUG RACK. 

This Rack is made in a neat, strong, and durable 
manner, having a series of graduated spaces, into which 
the different sizes of leads and slugs can be readily 
placed so that they will incline inward to prevent 
them from falling out, and also incline against each 
other^to be retained in their respective places, from 
whence they can be readily lifted out with the thumb 
and forefinger. Figures indicating the different sizes 
of leads and slugs are fixed upon the front edges of 
the upright pieces, to aid the operator in using them. 
The first apartment is intended to be used for 4-» or 6- 
to-Pica leads, and the second for Nonpareil slugs. 

This Rack will hold 180 pound of leads and slugs 
cut from 4 to 28 ems long, enough to do the job work 
of any ordinary office. 

Price. $2 00 

Other sizes made to order. 

The Perfection 




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LABOR-SAVING RULE AND REGLET RACK. 




This is a great improvement on those made 

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formerly. The Rule and Heglet stand on end, ex- 
posed to the view of the printer at once, without 
handling over, which is the case with styles formerly 
made. 

This case contains a large assortment of Cherry 
Heglet, "Wood Rule and Side Sticks, for Pro- 
grammes, Poster Work, etc. They are accurately 
cut and well oiled, and we feel confident that every 
printer will acknowledge their convenience and 
value. 




No. 1— Rack containing 1,300 pieces Reglet, Rule and Side Sticks, for 24X36 sheet $15 00 

" 2— u " 1,600 " " " " " 28X42 " 20 00 

" ° " M 2,000 " " " " " 28X42 * 25 00 

LAMP HOLDER. 

This useful article for the 
compositor is attached to the 
case. The arm is made so that 

it will fit tight on the top rim 
Price, 7 B cents. j t ^ e upper case, and the cir- 

cle which holds the lamp is fitted in this arm in such a manner as to enable the lamp to be 
placed over the lower case, or either side of the upper case, and every part of the upper and 
lower cases can be reached without the hand coming in contact with the lamp or lamp- 
holder. 

LEADS AND SLUGS. 

4 and 6 to Pica Leads ^ tt>., SO 16 

32 
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6 25 
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4 and 6 to Pica, 10 lb. fonts, Labor-Saving per font, 

4 and 6 to Pica, 25 



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LEAD CUTTERS. 




The Nonpareil Lead Cutter is 
most powerful in the market. 
Has a long, adjustable bearing 
for the lever, and both front and 
back gauges* By pushing the 
lever. 4-to-pica brass rule can be 
cut* The lever is held up by a 
strong spring. 

Indispensable to printers who 
are without our Little Giant 
Lead and Rule Cutter. 

Pearl Lead Cutter, cuts leads 
Nonpareil Lead Gutter 4 00 



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LITTLE GIANT LEAD AND RULE CUTTER. 



LITTLE GIANT NO. I 




Nonpareil rule may be cut 
on Nob. 1 and 2, and Long 
Primer rule on No, 3. 

Jhe ha rk jgimge is reversi- 
ble, so that, while the bed 
on No* 1 Cutter is only eight 
inches long* a rule may be 
cut to a gauge twelve inches 
long* There is a front gauge 
for cutting narrow pieces of 
lead or rule, which is espe- 
cially useful in cutting leads 
swiftly. 

Sizes and Prices: 

No. 1 gauges 12 inches $ 8 00 

No. 2 gauges 12 inches 
graduated to picas... 9 00 

No. 3 gauges 18 inches 
graduated to picas... 12 00 



LITTLE GIANT NO. 3 




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MCFATRICH MAILING MACHINE. 



The McFatrich Mailing Machine ha s 
stood the test of years, and in actual ser- 
vice has excelled all others in speed, ac- 
curacy, convenience and durability. It 
is strictly automatic, and never makes a 
mistake. It is built of iron and steel, in 
the most substantial manner, very simple 
in all its parts. The machine for 10 ems 
pica wide galley weighs about 100 lbs., 
stands 34 inches high, table 10X30 inches, 
galleys are heavy rolled zinc, 30 inches 
long, and hold from 80 to 100 names, ac- 
cording to type used. The Machine for 14 
ems pica wide galley weighs about 125 lbs., 
stands 34 inches high, table 12X30 inches, 
galleys are heavy rolled zinc, 30 inches 
long, and hold from 80 to 100 names, ac- 
cording to type used. Parties using the 
McFatrich Mailing Machine say it is the 
strongest, simplest, fastest, neatest and 
best mailer manufactured. Addresses 
easily 2,000 to 3,000 papers an hour. 
Being operated by a treadle, it leaves both 
hands at liberty for handling papers. At 
end of each Post Office list it rings a bell 
for wrapper and prints it, or will print full address on margin of last paper in list. It 
prints directly upon the paper or wrapper, and is used successfully for addressing envel- 
opes, circulars, etc. 

Price for Mailer, etc, for Galley Ten Picas Wide. 

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Galleys, all zinc, 30 inches long, each.,.., 1 00 

Wood Reglet, Long Primer, 10 ems pica wide, per 100 30 

Metal " " H " -l " " 1 00 

Bell Slugs, zinc, per dozen ,. . 50 




Price for Mailer, etc., for Galley Fourteen Picas Wide. 

McFatrich Mailing Machine • $50 00 

Galleys, all zinc, 30 inches long, each...** ..; -- 1 30 

Wood Reglet, Long Primer, 14 ems pica wide, per 100 35 

Metal " (< " " " ,- " ,. , 1 40 

Bell Slugs, zinc, per dozen 75 

PINER'S MUSTANG MAILER. 

Capahle of printing addresses on papers 
or wrappers at the rate of from 1,500 to 2,500 
an hour, according to the expertness of the 
operator- The mail list is made up in Gal- 
leys 10 ems Pica in width inside. Each 
Galley will contain 75 address, is easily ac- 
cessible for the purpose of making correc- 
tions, and convenient for handling. Weight 
of machine, 16 pounds, and Galleys one 
pound each, making their transportation by 
express a small item of expense* 




Piner's Mustang Mailer. 



Price $10 00 

Galleys, each , . „.„ 50 



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MAILING MACHINES. 




Sale positive: No royalty to pay. as 
with other machine;?. 

This mailer is but four inches Long* 
one and a half inches wide, ^d one 
and a half inches high. It weighs only 
five and a half ounces. 

It is held and operated by the left 
hand, leaving the right entirely free to 
handle the papers being mailed* 

Plymouth Rock Mailer, using 

gummed paper S15 00 



Ames* Plymouth Rook Mailer. 




RUKENBROD'S MAILING MACHINE. 



Rukenbrod's Hand Mailing Press, with 2 galleys - > .,.-.818 00 

14 Combined Hand and Treadle Press, with 2 galleys * ., 25 00 

11 Galleys, each * .... - - 50 

Bell Quadrats, per 100„„ 90 




The Times Mailer is the best pasting 
mailer to purchase, from the fact that 
there is no royalty to pay t and it is quick 
and reliable in its operations. 



The Times Mailer. 




Times Mailer * $30 OO 



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MAILING TYPE. 



The type shown is 10 Point, cast in fonts adapted to mailing purposes. Parties ordering 
will please state whether en or em abbreviations are wished; also whether Aldine or 
Clarendon Condensed is wanted for Post Office type. Below we give an estimate of 
amount of type required for 1000 names. 



SHigginbotham 17|90 

HiramAxford 12jon9l 

. RUM HOLLOW Va 

MatildaFletcher 19A P r92 

gEHHazelton 15£86 

jBaxterBrake 2 1 d« 90 

M»TOwblack 14Au g 91 



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10|95 



ATLANTA GA 



Mi.KN Wexford 
|LouiseStevenson 
nev CharlesBrigman 
|TillieMPlummer 
(jPeterGraybacks 



26|91 

21|90 

25 oct 90 

30|88 

31 Peb87 



100 lbs. 10 point Mailing Type for 1,000 names '. .$35 00 

25 " " Post Office Type and abbreviations 1150 

10 point Mailing Type, per lb 35 

Post Office Type and Abreviations, per lb 46 



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In ordering state whether em or en abbreviations are wanted. 

MAKE-UP RULE8. 

15 ems Pica and under, each, 30 oents ; 15 to 20 ems, 5 cents extra ; 20 to 25 ems, 10 
cents extra. 

RAW-HIDE MALLETS. 




An indestructible mallet which will prove a boon in large job and newspaper offices. 
The ends are covered with raw-hide, securelj 7 fastened and guaranteed. 

Raw Hide Mallets $1 00 

LIGNUM VIT>C MALLETS. 

No. 50, Lignum Vitae, 3J4X5H, Screw Handle $0 75 

" 51, " " 3 X5 " " 60 

" 52, " " 2%XV4 " " 50 

HICKORY MALLETS. 

No. 44, Hickory, 3HX6, Screw Handle $0 40 

" 45 f " 3 X5, " " 30 

" 46, " 2HX4M, " " 25 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 361 Cleveland, Ohio. 



NEW LABOR-SAVING METAL FURNITURE. 



Price, 25 Cents Per Pound. 
Put up in Carefully Assorted Fonts of 12j^ t 25, oO, 75 and 100 Pounds. 

Thh Furniture is made by Special Machinery, used only by the Cleveland Type Foundry. 

which insures a greater degree of accuracy than has hitherto been attained. 




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10X25 

i2j^ Pound Fonts contain 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 ems in width 
by 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 15, and 20 ems in length* 

25 Pound Fonts contain 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 t 8, and 10 ems in 
width by 4, 5, 6 f 8, io> 15, 20, and 25 ems in length. 

50, 75, and 100 Pound Fonts contain 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 
10 ems in width by 4, 5, 6, 8> io f 15, 20, and 25 ems in 
length ; and 6. 8, and 10 ems in width by 50 ems in length. 



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MITER BOXES, 




Hard wood, oil finish..,.„* 



.80 40 | Hard wwd, oil -finish, with saw Ml 65 



IMPROVED MITERING MACHINE. 




Price-., . J15 00 



The rule is cut and hoth sides of a 
miter made at one operation by means 
of a shaped cutter clamped firmly in a 
strong movable holder, which is hinged 
to a carriage operated at the turning of 
the wheel by an eccentric, imparting a 
quick, steady movement to the cutting 
tool. The rule is held on a stationary 
bed by an independent clamp, very 
quickly adjusted, and the only parts in 
motion are the cutter and its connec- 
tions. The cutting tool is adjusted by 
means of a screw at the proper height, 
and is gradually fed downwards 
through, or nearly so, as desired, after 
which the cutting tool automatically 
resumes its original position, ready for 
another cut. Five cutters are furnish- 
ed with each machine — one to cut off 
square, and one each to cut angles of 
three, four, six and eight sides. The cutters are of the best tempered tool-steel, accurately 
ground, and can be easily sharpened by grinding the face of the tool* without danger of 
changing the angle. The tools are numbered according to the number of cuts on the miter. 
There is an extension gauge, graduated to standard picas, which, when reversed, 
permits of gauging a twenty-four inch strip of rule. The gauge is set by an indicator, and 
held by a thumb-screw. 

Little Giant Rule Shaper $35 00 

Fitted with Patent Standard Gauge, $5,00, extra. 




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Golding'8 Upright Miterer. 



Golding's Upright Miterer, boxed, 

$14.00. 




HAMILTON'S NEWSPAPER FILE. 




These Files are made of cherry, nicely finished 
in oil. The fastenings are brass, with steel thumb- 
screw, having polished heads. The manner of 
opening and closing the File to insert a sheet is 
quite novel and simple. The clasp end of the 

+ 

File has a flat headed thumbscrew which is passed 
through a slot, and by giving screw one quarter 
turn the File is securely locked. 




Price, Each, SI .25. 

They are made in the following regular sizes: To hold sheets 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30 and 34 
inches wide. 

OVER-HEAD FIXTURES. 

Counter Shaft. Hangers 
and Cone Pulleys. 

For Eighth or Quarto Med- 
ium, 3 Speeds, Solid Cone 
Pulley, Slo.00. 

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For Kighth or Quarto Med- 
ium, S Speeds, Split Cone 
Pulley, $17.25. 

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For Eighth or Quarto Med- 
ium, 4 Speeds, Solid Cone 
Pulley, $18.00. 

For Eighth or Quarto Med- 
ium, 4 Speeds, Split Cone 

Pulley, $21.00. 

For Half Medium or 14%x 
22, 4 Speeds, Split Cone Pul- 
ley, $24.00. 

When ordering Over-head Fixtures give exact Diameter of Main Shaft; also number 
of revolutions per minute. 





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Cleveland,, Ohio. 



WETTER CONSECUTIVE NUMBERING MACHINE. 




Wetter Consecutive Numbering Machine, 



This machine is made the exact height 
of type, and is calculated to be locked up 
in a chase alone, or with type matter, and 
it will number consecutively at each im- 
pression of the press. In locking the 
machine in a chase or form, be careful and 
do not lock too tightly, and always try the 
plunger before commencing, and see that 
the wheels move freely, keep the machine 
> clean by the free use of benzine, and no 
trouble shall be experienced. 

( $25 00 



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THE MONARCH" AUTOMATIC NUMBER- 
ING MACHINE. 

Triple Action, 

Consecutive, Duplicating and Repeating Movements. 
Constructed in substantial manner, entirely of 
steel f it is the strongest Hand Number- 
ing Machine in the market. 



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Each machine in wood box, with one bottle of our 
superior ink, either red, blue or black. 




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Automatically Consecutive, Duplicating and Repeating. 
Steel Wheels, Steel Frames, Highly Finished. Print- 
ing Wheels Machine Engraved, Ensuring Uni- 
formity of Characters. All Wearing 
Parts of Hardened Steel. 



Weight, 15 Ounces. 



Height, 5% Inches, 



PRICES: 



4 Wheel Machine, numbering to 9999 $ 9 00 

5 " " " 99999 10 50 

9999999 14 00 



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ink, either red, blue or black. 



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Cleveland* Ohio. 






PAPER CUTTERS. 




Diamond Self-Clamp Paper Cutter. 



The "Diamond " is an unusually heavy self-clamp power cutter; simple, rapid, strong* 
durable, powerful and accurate. It is also made with hand-clamp when so desired* or both 
combined. It will do twice the work of any hand-clamp cutter; the clamp can be regxi- 

lated to give a pressure of 50 to 5,000 pounds, insuring solidity when the cut is being made 

■ 

— a feature that overcomes the serious objection to self-clamp machines. It has an 
indicator or clamp to instantly mark the cutting line on paper; adjustable gauges on back 
and sides, enabling the knife to cut three different lengths and sizes at a single stroke. 
The cut is accurate, smooth and quick with a quick return, and there are no weights or 
chains on the machine. It is acknowledged by leading printers, book binders and paper 
makers, to be the best paper cutter made* 



SIZES AJfD PRICES: 



32 inch 
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44 inch, extra 


600 00 


48 M 


750 00 


56 M 


850 00 , 


62 " 




, 6 900 00 

" 1,000 00 

M 1,200 00 

" 1,500 00 



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PAPER CUTTERS 




Victor Paper Cutter 



The "Victor" is an excellent low priced power cutter. It possesses all the superior 
qualities of the "Gem" Paper Cutter with additional strength for heavy work. 
Haying both hand and power attachments, it can be worked either way. It is solid, 
compact, very easily manipulated, requiring but little power to run. It has no weights or 
chains to jerk, break or get out of order. The movements are all positive and direct, 
guaranteeing a perfectly true cut. Card board can be cut equally as well as paper, and it 
is guaranteed to do heavier and finer cutting in any business where a paper cutter is used, 
than any machine of the same size and price. For medium sized printing offices and 
binderies, where it is desired to operate machinery either by hand or steam power, it is 
just the thing. 



30 inch,, . Weight, 1,600 lbs... 

32 M M 1,850 M 

Prices include boxing. 



Price, $300 00 
350 00 



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PAPER CUTTERS 




Gem Paper Cutter. 



This is the most simple, durable and perfect hand machine made. It possesses great 
strength; is very heavy, compact, firm and rigid; works smoothly and easily; knife cuts 
perfectly true; windlass-clamp has a free and quick motion; the cutting stick of wood in 
the table receives the knife; table is divided into lines, squares and inches; has back and 
side gauges. An inspection will convince any one of the superiority of the "Gem," 

This well known machine is sold at the same price as inferior machines of same size. 
We can refer to very many sold and in uS3 all over the United States for many years, 
which have given perfect satisfaction. 



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PAPER CUTTERS. 




Strong and Durable. 

Simple in Construction. 

Best Workmanship. 
Great Power. Best Material. 



Cuts 32 inches, square $450 00 

Boxing ..,.. *.,.. 10 00 



Peerless Power Cutter. 



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Peerless Front Lever. 

The front lever 4i Peerless" cutter 
has a long and powerful lever, which 
swings to the left, in front of the table, 

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giving the requisite power for the 
heaviest cuts through the heaviest ma- 
terial. It is supplied with back and 
side gauges, rules and cross lines* Has 
no gears- Simple, accurate, strong 
takes up but little room, and a fine 
looking machine in every respect. 

Cuts 30 inches, square * 8175 00 

" 32 " " 200 00 



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Jewel Paper Cutter 



Cuts 30 Inches 8150 00 



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PAPER CUTTERS. 






Sanborns 87. 

The long lever swings in front of the 
table and the knife makes a long draw 
cut. The table has a brass measuring 
rule in front and on the back a back- 
gauge and a back side-gauge. There 
are adjustable screws in knife bar for 
regulating the knife after grinding. 
Only the best material is used in the 
construction of this machine. 




Cuts 25 inches* square 






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.. 150 00 




Economic Paper Cutter. 

A new Hand-lever Paper Cutter de- 
signed to meet the demands of small 
printing offices, and in fact all who want 
a good paper cutter. It is very simple in 
construction, yet it is powerful, strong, 
and as well built as any higher priced 
cutter. 



Cuts 24 inches 
" 30 " . 



Weighs about 500 lbs Price, $115 00 

♦' 600 " " 150 00 



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No. 2- 

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No. 



Challenge Paper Cutter. 

Cuts 23 inches... Squares 23 inches Price* $110 00 

25 M .... '? 25 " " 125 00 

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PAPER CUTTERS. 




Hero Paper and Caro Cutter. 

This' lever swings in front of knife 
and over the table, so it does not in- 
terferejwith the handling of any length 
of paper in front of the machine. 

The Hero will cut full 23 inches and 
a i pile 314 inches thick. The back 
gauge is 18 inches wide, can be run 
back 23% inches from knife and drawn 
forward to within % inch of knife. It 
is also very close to back side-gauge 
for convenience in squaring narrow a8 
well as 'wide piles. The front table 
extends 12 inches in front of knife. It 
is also provided with a fine brass meas- 
uring-rule divided into eighths of 
inches. 

Weighs 450 pounds. 

Price S80 00 



Paragon End Lever. 



Gauges to within a half inch of the knife. The lever works over the table, but so 

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curved as not to interfere with the handling of any length of paper in front of the knife. 



Cuts 225^ inches Weight, 400 lbs 

" 25 M " 500 " 



Price, % 80 00 
110 00 



Paragon Front Lever. 

Gauges to three-fourths of an inch of the knife. They are strong at all points, with 
powerful leverage, wide bearings, true gauges, and all the working parts closely fitted, 
thus insuring accurate work. They are furnished with back and side gauges and squar- 
ing gauges for small work. 

Cuts 30 inches, weighs 1,000 lbs $175 00 



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Paragon Label Cutter. 

Squares 14 inches and cuts 2]4 inches thickness of paper. This handy little cutter will 
be found very useful in every job printing* office* It will effect a great saving of time 
and labor in the cutting of small work, such as labels, bands, circulars, cards, etc, A very 
desirable feature, is the ability to gauge and cut accurately very narrow jobs, as the gauge 
can be set to a half inch of the knife. It has a side gauge* 

Cuts 14 inches Weight, 200 lbs .Price, $45 00 ...Boxing, $1 00 



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PAPER CUTTER. 




This Cutter has been designed more especially for use in offices where small work, such 
as labels, circulars, etc., is chiefly executed, but it will also be found useful and conven- 
ient in "every well-regulated" office. 

Clipper Paper Cutter cuts 12 Inches „ $40 00 

PLOW PAPER CUTTER. 

28 inch 850 00 

30 " 60 00 

PAGE CORD. 

Page Cord, per ball $0 25 

PAPER JOGGER. 

Jogger to fit presses 24X36* or less „S18 00 

" to fit presses larger than 200*6 20.00 




PAPER CUTTER GAUGE. 




The only perfect device ever invented for cutting labels and narrow margins* It is 
16 inches long and 2% inches in height. When fully expanded under the cutter clamp, 
25 inches long and % of an inch in height. Will cut accurately any width down to an % 
of an inch, and can be used on any paper cutter. 

Peerless Parallel Gauge $10 00 

HOPKIN'S PLATE CUTTER. 

For cutting Sterotype News Plates. Will cut any thickness up to type-high. Does 
he work neater, quicker and easier than any other method, 

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Extra Saw Blade for same , 25 



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PA8TINQ MACHINE. 



Kennedy's Hand Paster $3 50 



Brass, V foot 



PERFORATING RULE. 

, $0 25 I Steel, ^ foot 



$0 75 



PERFORATORS. 




Hand Perforator. 

Perforates 10 inches, and is provided with gauges on both sides, so that the sheets may 
be turned and fed in again, making a continuous perforated line 20 inches long- Needles 
make round holes, like the perforation on a sheet of postage stamps. 

10 inch Hand Perforator . $35 00 




The accompanying cut is an 
illustration of the Rosback Foot 
Perforator. A very excellent 
feature of this machine, and one 
that will be appreciated by the 
operator, is the sliding slotted 
plates on foot of needle-bar (see 
cut), which enables him easily 
and quickly to provide for stubs 
of checks, etc., rendering a por- 
tion of the needles inoperative. 
To do this, he has only to loosen 
the thumb screws on the sliding 
plates, move the plates to a 
position over that portion of the 
paper he wishes to perforate, 
tighten the thumb screws, and 
the perforator is ready for work. 
That portion over which the 
space, or spaces, between the 
places occur t will remain unper- 
f orated. The needle-bar imme- 
diately above the plates t is grad- 
uated to inches and fractions of an inch, by which the plates may be adjusted. The table 
is also graduated, and has both side and end gauges. 







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Rosback Foot Perforator. 



24 inch Rosback Perforator. 
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$100 00 
. 125 00 



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PERFORATORS. 



Black & Clawson 
Improved Perforator. 

The punch clamping 
device is a new invention 
and is so arranged that 
any number of punches 
may be removed so as to 
give any length or posi- 
tion of rows of perfora- 
tions. The perforations 
are round as with postage 
stamps, and the size and 
pitch of the punchers are 
surh as have been die* 
tated by careful inquiry 
and experiment. The 
table has adjusta b 1 e 
gauges, side and back. 




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20 inch Black & Clawson Perforator $ 75 00 

24 " M M M . 100 00 



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125 00 



PLANERS. 

Rock Maple $0 30 

Rock Maple, 2X4 inches, for card work 20 

Rock Maple with leather top 40 

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J. X V\J A. J. Iwii Vl Ktlllltf •tlll)tlt*fl)ll»tllllllllltlttltllllll|l(|iMi* V v\I 

Curved Planers 75 




JONES' ROCKING PROOF PLANER. 
Jones Rocking Proof Planer, S]4 inch .... 



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$150 



PRINTERS* PUNCH, 




This punch is for cutting holes 
in ball programmes, etc., and where 
cards are laced together with silk or 
ribbon. They are handsomely and 
strongly made, nickel plated, and 
are made to punch round hole or 
star shape. 



Printers' Punch 



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83 00 



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PROOF PRESSES 




5X27 inches, with iron stand $26 00 



10X31 
10X31 
16X31 
16X31 



14 

14 



with iron stand. „„. 35 00 

without iron stand. 28 00 

with iron stand 45 00 

without iron stand, 35 00 




Whipple's Economic Proof Preess 




e's Economic Proof Press , $12 00 



Novelty Proof Press. 

Novelty Proof Press $4 50 



PRESSES —CYLINDER. 

CAMPBELL. 

Hand Cylinder Country. 

No, 2—33X48, 6-column Quarto size ,.„., Price, $800 00 

No, 3— 30X43, 8-coIumn Folio size .„, 4i 700 00 

Pony. 

No. 6— Size of bed, 23X30 Size of form, 18X27 Price, $2,250 00 

No. 7— Size of bed, 23X28., Size of matter, 18X25 " 2,000 00 

No. 8-Size of bed, 20*4X25 Size of form, 15X22,,, " 1,700 00 



CRANSTON, 

Improved Country Press. 

No, 3—32X46 inside bearers 27X42 size matter Price, $1,500 00 

No, 33^— 33X48 " " 27X44 " M " 1,600 00 

Rack and Pinion Distribution. 
With air springs, delivery without tapes, adjustable guides, brake, fountain cover, 

distributing rack guard, long register rack and segment, table with side guides. 

Regular Country Press. 

No. 3H— 33X48 inside bearers 27X44 size inside matter Price, $1,200 00 

Two Rollers. Rack and Pinion Distribution. 
All shipments F. 0- B, Norwich, Conn. No charge for boxing. Hand power, $50.00 extra. 



PROUTY. 

Improved Country. 



No. 1— 7-Coluuin Folio 

No, 2 — 8-Column Folio 

No. 3— -9-Column Folio.,...,. 



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Square Sides and Patent Throw-off. 



8600 00 

700 00 

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PRESSES 




Cranston Victor Commercial Press. 

TWO-REVOLUTION — FOUR ROLLER, 

Especially designed for Half-Tone, Process, Etched, Photo- Engraved Plates, and work of this description- Posess- 
ing as it does, the patented features of our larger sizes, it is like them, solidly constructed, giving an unyielding im- 
pression and au ample inking surface. 

Many features are embodied in this Press for convenience in make-ready, etc- The Distribution is a complete 
system by means of which every particle of inking surface is evenly and thoroughly covered. The movements are 
easily adjusted and positive in their action. Adjustable Fly Fingers. The height of the Press is such that it can be 
fed from the floor, and it is built with special reference to convenience in working about it* Its register is faultless. 



Sue. 


Inside 
Bearers. 


Matter 
Covered. 


Length of 
Base. 


Width of 
Base. 


Heigh t to Top 
of Cylinder. 


Weight 
Boxed, 


Price. 


No. 2A 


25x38 


18x34 


6 ft. h% in. 


4 ft. 5% in. 


3 ft. H l A in. 


7,500 


$2,800 00 



Each Press is furnished -with Overhead Fixtures complete, Blanket or Hard Packing, Wrenches, two complete Sets 
Stocks — one set cast with composition ready for immediate use. AH machinery delivered F. O. B., Norwich, Conn. 



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PRESSES 



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Bljj 

Cranston Commercial Press--two roller. 

The Cranston "Commercial" Press is especially intended for the variety of work its name implies; the name des- 
ignating the smaller sizes of oar Patent Improved Two-Roller Press- It is compact, requiring hut small floor space; 
is solidly constructed; will stand firmly up to its work with full forms of solid matter; and with our system of distribu- 
tion, is capable of producing the finest work that can be printed on a Two-Roller Press. 

This style Press has all our late improvements. For convenience in making ready, easy adaptability to various 
grades of work f and high speed, it is without a superior among Cylinder Presses* 

This Press is fitted with Seat for Feeder, and extra parts can be furnished, adapting it for two feeders. 



Size. 


Inside 
Bearers, 


Matter 
Covered. 


Length of 
1 Base. 

5 ft. H% in. 

5 " m " 

6 " 2 l A " 


Width of 
Base. 


Height to Top 
of Cylinder. 


Weight 
Boxed. 


Price. 


No.l 

N0.1H 

No.lA 


21x28 
21x36 
24x30 


16x24 
16x32 
19x26 


3 ft. 8J4in. 

4 " 4H " 
3 M \W* M 


4 ft. 4 in. 
4 *« 4 m 

4 rA 


6,500 
6,500 


$1,650 00 
1,800 00 
1,900 00 



Each Press is furnished with Overhead Fixtures complete, Blankets and Hard Packing, Wrenches, Iron Steps, 
two complete Seta Stocks— one set cast with composition ready for immediate use. 
All machinery delivered F, O* B., Norwich Conn* 



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COTTRELL MONARCH PRESS. 




Rack and Cam Distribution. 




Rack, Cam and Table Distribution, 



A new press, built from new designs, possessing all the valuable improvements of the 
manufacturers' well known presses, air-springs, tapeless delivery, patent back-up 
motion, etc. 



No. 


, KM1 * tert „. 


Size Form covered by Two 

Hollers. 


Rack and Cam 
Distribution. 


Table Distribution. 


3 
5 


26x37 
33x47 


22x33 
28x44 


SI ,500 
1,800 


$1,575 
1,875 



Above prices include Steam Fixtures, Blanket, Wrenches, Extra Roller Stocks, Roller 
Moulds and Boxing and Shipping. 



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PRESSES, 




Cottrell Air-Spring Country Press. 

Designed for printing newspapers and general job work. It will print any size sheet 
from a small note-heading to the largest size with equal facility. It runs easily by hand 
power. By steam power it can be run from 1,500 to 1»800 impressions per hour. The distri- 
bution is ample, two 3-inch rollers covering a full form. The Press has patent hinged 
roller frame and patent air springs. No. 5 will print a six-column quarto newspaper 
without crowding. 

Driving wheel, blanket, wrenches, extra roller stocks, roller moulds, and boxing and 
shipping are included in price. 



Size of Bed 
Inside Bearers. 

9J\\V7 



No. 5 33x47 



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Size Form Covered 
by Two Rollers* 



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.28x44 



l t 100 00 



Steam Fixtures, $50 additional ; table distribution, $75 additional ; tapeless delivery, 
$75 additional. 



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PRESSES. 




The Chandler fit Price Old Style Gordon Press. 

SIZES AND PRICES: 

Eighth Medium. 7 ill. { D w e ^hrow^ an^ } ^ „ 

" M 8 x 12 " ** ifiiv nn 

Quarto Medium, 10 x 15, " " 250 00 

Large Quarto, 12 x 18, " *' 300 00 

Half Medium, 14 x 20, '* " 400 00 

14^x22, " M 450 00 

Steam Fixtures.... 15 00 

Chandler & Price Fountain, for either size Press 20 00 

Buckeye Fountain 10 00 

With each press there are three Chases* one Brayer, two sets of Roller Stocks, two 
Wrenches and one Roller Mould, 

If desired, will furnish either Two Extra Chases or cast Three Rollers instead of Mould, 

No charge for boxing and shipping. 

All our goods guaranteed in every respect. 

Regarding Speed, these presses are geared to run rapidly by steam power, even faster 
than possible to feed them ; while the nearly horizontal platen, with its long rest, makes 
them the most desirable of all presses for quick and easy feeding.— Manfrs. Cir. 

Cleveland Type Foundry ; 380 Cleveland* Ohta, 



PRE88E8. 



Tht Ben-Franklin Gordon 




With Throw-off and Depressible 

Grippers. 

8x12 inside chase $165 00 

KIvTy *' " 9tu\ r\r\ 

J." AltJ • * * ********* ii»«« i ArtwJv W 

14x20 M " 400 00 

Power Fixtures 15 00 

Ben-Franklin Fountain 10 00 

Peerless Hinged Well Fount'nl25 00 

o 

Johnson Cylinder — Disk 
Distribution. 

For 8x12 Press $40100 

10x15 " 45 00 

11^90 *' vi on 

With each Press there are three 
chases — one hand roller — six roller 
stocks — impression wrench — and one 
roller mold. 



The Cleveland Gordon 



A first-class press, constructed with 
first-class material and most carefully 
built. 



7x11 inside of chase with throw-off ...$150 

... 165 

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8x12 " 
10x15 " 

11x17 " ... no 

Steam Fixtures 15 

Overhead* Fixtures, Three-Speed 

Solid Cone Pulley 15 



Securely boxed and delivered free on 
board ears or boat at Cleveland. 

Three Chases, Two Sets Steel Roller 
Stocks, Roller Mold, Brayer and 
Wrenches are furnished with each press. 

When the Mold is not required , Three 
Cast Rollers will be sent, or Two extra 
Chases substituted therefor. 




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PRESSES. 




Peerless Job Press. 

The strain-bearing parts are of wrought 
iron or steel, and much heavier than 
the corresponding sizes of other ma- 
chines. This insures solidity and an 
i mi n en se strength t and necessary means 
for creating a powerful impression and 
resisting a heavy; strain. 

The bed is stationary, very solid, rigid, 
and also very strong; being trussed by 
heavy lateral and transverse braces, 
there is no possibility of giving away in 
the center or of springing. 

Each movement is positive, and hav- 
ing no adjustments the most inexperi- 
enced j>erson c&unot get it out of order. 

The impression screws are directly in 
front of the platen, (not back of the 
bed), in full view of the pressman. 

The ink disk makes one-seventh of a 
full revolution, exposing a fresh surface 
of ink to the form at every impression. 
Distribution complete. 

The throw-off locks itself at either end 
of its movement and suspends the im- 
pression to the last moment. 

The grippers are of spring steel, and can be instantly dropped to the Itympan for the 
purpose of setting. 



8 
9 

10 
11 
13 
14 



12 - ... -. 

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17 350 00 

19 400 00 

'20 460 00 



$225 00 Weight, 1,100 lbs 



14KX22 500 00. 



44 
4* 
44 
14 
44 
ft 



1,200 
1,550 
1,650 
2,300 

2,400 

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44 
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Steam Fixtures, S15 00. Fountain, $25 00. 

3 chases, 6 roller stocks, 1 roller mould, 1 impression 
brayer are shipped with each press. 



Boxing, $6 00, $7 00 and $10 00 
wrench, 1 gripper wrench and 




As compared with the old, have 
heavier shafts, gear-wheels, bridge and 
platen, greater weight, strength and 
durability; lighter, smoother and al- 
most noiseless movement; improved 
distribution, without any danger of 
tearing roller; no bridge lugs, no 
bridge springs, no crescents, and the 
least possible liability of breakage. 

They are adapted to all kinds of 
work, from the lightest card work to 
the heaviest embossing and wood print- 
ing. They are made of the best ma- 
terial, by the best workmen* from new 
patterns, new machinery and special 
tools. 

3 chases, 1 roller mould, 6 form 
roller stocks, 4 distributor stocks, 12 
roller wheels (6 large and 6 small), 2 
charger stocks, 2 feed tables, 3 wrenches. 



Qally'S New Universal Press. 

10X15 inside chase . Weight, 1,850 lbs Price, 

13X19 " " * M 2,6<X> M 

14X22 " " - ... " 2,900 " 

Steam Fixtures, 815.00 extra* Fountain, $25.00. 






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$285 00 
380 00 
465 00 



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PRESSES 



Pearl Job Press. 

The attention of printers is partic- 
ularly invited to the following points 
claimed for the Pearl Press: 

It is very simple in construction, 
therefore not liable to get out of order. 

It is compact, occupying so little 
space that it can be operated almost 
anywhere. 

Its rapidity of operation, there 
being no limit to it except the ability 
of the operator to supply the sheets to 
be printed. With the card dropper, 
$1.00 being the price, 2.000 to 3,000 can 
bo printed in an hour. 

5X 8 inside chase, on iron cabinet 

7X11 " " " " " • 

5X8 M " M wood stand, 

7XH " 



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Two rollers cast, hand roller and 
ink board, gauges, chase, delivery and 
feed boards, treadle, wrench and screws 
are included with every press. 




Sim Bed, 



Washington Hand Press. 

Sizx Platen, 



Prints. 



Fftics 



No. 4— 18 X22 14 X18 $150 00 

" 5—22 X29 19 X25 5 Column Folio...... 175 00 

6— 2634X35 23 X31 6 " " 200 00 

7- 26HX39K 23 t X35 7 |* \\ 225 00 

9-3014X48% - 2& l AX& l A S " M 275 00 

Above prices include one Screw Wrench, one Crowsfoot, and one extra Frisket. 



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PRESSES 



New Style Nonpareil. 



9X12 Disk Distribution, Receding Bed , 

12X17 



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....$225 00 
.... 325 00 



Challenge Jos Press 



7 


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8 


X12 


44 


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9 


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10 


X15 


44 


443 


11 


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13 


X19 


4* 


4* 


14 




44 
44 


44 

4* 



inside chase Price* 1200 00 Fountain, $25 00 — Boxing, $ 6 00 



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225 1)0. 

300 00 

nan ftfi 

400 00 

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25 00 


44 


600 


25 00 


** 

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6 00 


27 50 


700 


27 50 


44 


700 


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10 00 


3n on 


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10 00 


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10 00 



The 14X20J4 and 14^X22 presses are each supplied with 1 wrought iron and 2 cast iron 
chases. With every press are furnished 3 chases, 6 roller stocks, roller mould, gripper 
and impression wrench and brayer. 




These presses rank as the best of this 
class in the market, and have never as 
yet failed to give entire satisfaction. 
They are a time saver, as many jobs of 
card and other work can be placed on this 
press and completed in less time than 
would be consumed in making ready on 
ordinary job presses. 

The size 6^X10 inches inside chase, 
embraces all ordinary commercial work. 

Each press is furnished with one set 
Rollers cast, Wrench and Chase. 

Price, boxed and shipped..... ....,...$35 00 



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No. 2 Standard Job Press. 




The Army Press. 



This press should not be 
confounded with the Adams 
Cottage Press, which has a 
loose cylinder and no frisket. 
The Army press has tympan t 
ways, bed and frisket similar 
to a hand press, the impression 
cylinder and bed are geared 
together. This press is intend- 
ed for small offices, where cir- 
culation is small- A pressman 
can work 250 impressions per 
hour, and do very good news- 
paper work. 



14%X21 inches, for 6 column page , 




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Price, $60 00 
. " 85 00 



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QUOINS. 




Made of steel, perfect in operation and 
cannot work loose, have wide bearings and 
cannot tilt. The key draws the quoins to- 
gether and does not force them apart. 




No. 1 Peerless Quoins, per dozen pairs $2 50 

No. 2 " 3 00 

Keys, either size, each 50 



Peerless Quoin. 




1 

Brower Quoin. 

No. 1, per dozen, small size $2 00 

No. 2, per dozen* large size . 2 50 

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Keystone Quoin, 



No. 1 Quoin per dozen pairs 

No. 2 Quoin M " 4( 

Keys, of best steel, plain 

Keys, of best steel, nickel-plated 



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S2 50 

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75 



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Hempels Improved Patent Steel Quoin. 

No, l t Hempers Improved Patent Steel Quoins, per dozen pairs,.. $2^50 

"M" ft O ** *4 ** " ** 44 it 41 f> ijTj 

Keys, plain, for either size 50 

" plated " " " 75 



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QUOIN8. 

Woodruff Metal Quoin. 

2J4 inch, used with a shooting stick 10 50 

3% • " " 75 

1% •• ** " " " 1 00 

Wood Quoins. 

Hickory Quoins, per 100 10 40 

Boxwood 60 



RATCHET. 
Ratchet for Stereotype Blocks $0 75 



REQLET AND FURNITURE. 

Pearl to Pica Reglet~ per yard 10 02 

003 
004 
006 
008 
002 



Great Primer to 2-line Pica Furniture 
3-line Pica to Mine Pica Furniture .... 

6-line Pica to 9-line Pica Furniture 

10-line Pica to 12-line Pica Furniture... 
PineReglet 



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ROLLER COMPOSITION. 

Van Bibber's "Regular" Composition .per pound, SO 30 

" Rough and Ready " " 35 

"Pressman" Composition " 40 

Standard Composition " 30 

Unique Composition " 40 



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ROLLER FELT. 

In rolls 2)4 inches wide, for power press distributors, 12 yards to the roll. 



.$5 00 



ROLLER 8TOCK8. 



Eighth Medium Roller Stock SO 75 

Quarto Medium Roller Stock 85 



Half Medium Roller Stock SI 00 



Eighth Medium SO 50 

Quarto Medium 85 



PRICE FOR CASTING ROLLER8. 

Half Medium 



.SI 00 



HAND ROLLER8, 

Roller with One Handle. 



ROLLER CA1T, 



MOT CAST. 



6 inches long SI 85 SI 25 ....Extra Stock, SO 40 

8 " " 2 30 1 50 " 40 

10 " " 2 75 1 75 " 60 

12 " " 3 20 2 00 " " 60 




Roller with Two Handles. 




ROLLER CAST. 



MOT CART. 



14 inches long S3 65 S2 25 



16 
18 
20 
23 
26 



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4 10. 

4 55. 

5 00. 

5 50. 

6 35. 



EXTRA CORE 



12 25 

2 50 


....SO 70 
.... 75 


2 75 


.... 90 


3 00 


.... 85 


3 25 


.... 1 00 


4 00. 


.... 1 15 


Cleveland. 


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BRASS ROLLER MOULDS. 



Length, 



DlAM. 



Price. 



Diam. 



Price 



DlAM* 



Fwc* 



6 00 



24 inches 3% inches $ 9 60 3 inches.. $ 7 20 2 inches $ 

30 inches .3% inches 12 00 3 inches 9 00 2 inches 

36 inches 3^ inches .;. 14 40 3 inches 10 80 2 inches 7 20 

40 inches %Yi inches 16 00 .3 inches 12 00 2 inches 8 00 

44 inches 3}4 inches 17 60 .3 inches 13 20 2 inches 8 80 

48 inches QA inches 19 20 Z inches 14 40 2 inches 9 60 

52 inches 3% inches 20 80 3 inches 15 60 2 inches 10 40 



Eighth Medium Roller Mould 

Quarto Medium Roller Mould 



$3 00 
. 4 00 



Half Medium Roller Mould $5 00 



STEEL SCORING RULE. 



Steel Scoring Rule per foot 



-■ * * 



SO 30 



ROLLER SUPPORTERS. 




For5X 9 Chase $0 35 

For 7X11 " 40 

For 8X12 " 45 

For 10X15 *' 50 

For 11X17 " 60 

For 13X19 M ... 75 



ETAL SECTIONAL BLOCKS. 




The cut shows a page of the sectional blocks, with the hooks and catches, ready for the 
plate. The hooks are operated by a ratchet, the same as those on the patent wood blocks. 
The sections are made in the following sizes: 1X4, 2X4, 4X4, 1X8, 2X8, 4X8, and 8X8 ems 
pica. In five minutes a page can be made up to fit a plate of any size. 

Hooks, each $1 10 

Catches, each 15 

Sections, or Furniture, made up in pieces of 1X4, 2X4, 4X4, 1X8, 2X8, 4X8, and 8X8 

ems^pica, per pound 25 

Ratchet 75 

SHOOTING STICKS. 




No. 3, Wrought Steel $0 75 

10 




No. 1, Iron $0 25 

No. 2, Wrought Steel 35 

NICKEL PLATED. 

No. 2, Wrought Steel 80 50 | No. 3, Wrought Steel .' 95 



Cleveland Type Foundry, 



387 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



STEREOTYPE BLOCKS 




Improved Plain Old Style Block. 




Rule Blocks made of 
any style desired. Extra 
Hooks and Pinions in* 
serted in blocks, 50 cents. 
Steel Pinions, 15 cents 
each. Hooks, 10 cents. 
In sending orders give 
the size of each block 
outside, and also the size 
of largest and smallest 
plate to be worked, meas- 
uring the back of the 
plate; or add % of an 
inch to the printing mat- 
ter, as follows, viz: if the 
matter is 3X5, the blocks 
should be 3%X5K out- 
side, the bevel on the 
plate being about x /%* 
The Hook and Pinion 
will take % with a little 
allowance for taking the 
plate free. All blocks 
are made % inch thick, 
unless otherwise ordered. 



Patent New Style Block 



Sizes and Prices for Cylinder Presses-. 



FOLIO; 

Imperial 

Super Royal 

Royal 

Medium. 

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Imperial 

Super Royal 

Royal .. 

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4 60 
3 80 

3 80 
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388 



Cleveland, Okie. 



SIDE AND FOOT STICKS 




Iron Side Sticks. 

15 inches long for 4 Column Folio or Quarto, each Straight, SO 60 Beveled, $0 75 

19 " " 5 " " " " M 75 " 95 

21 " " 6 " M " " M 85 " 1 05 

23 " " 7 " " " " " 95 " 1 15 

25 M " 8 Column Folio, each " 100 " 125 

27 " " 9 " " " " 1 10 " 1 35 

Iron Foot Sticks. 
$% inches long for 4 Column Folio or Quarto, each Straight, SO 35 Beveled, 80 45 



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Oiled Cherry. 
Oiled Cherry Side Sticks, per yard SO 06 



TENNIS SEWING MACHINE. 




This machine will stitch through back or center of book, and make a stitch of any 
desired length from Vs to 1 inch, and the machine has a capacity of from 5,000 to 7,000 
catalogues per day. Books sewed on this machine are durable, open perfectly, and there 
is no liability to tear out, as is the case when books are wired. "Where fine work is re- 
quired, it is invaluable. The machine is now being used in almost every leading blank- 
book manufactory. For stitching books not exceeding % of an inch thick. 

For power, including belting and split cone pulley $70 00 

For foot-power 60 00 



Cleveland Type Foundry , 



389 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



O. 9 IMPROVED BINDER. 




WITH BOTH FLAT AND SADDLE TABLES. 



Our new clinch ing device on this machine perfects the clinch equal to any high-priced 
steam-power machine made. Staples used on this machine are one-half inch wide. 
Staples are strung on wood and put up in boxes of 5,000 each size, $1.25 per box. 



SIZE OF STAPLES. 

No. 2 14 inch length of leg. 



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LIGHTNING STAPLE BINDER 



These machines are now 
absolutely perfect so far as 
skillful workmanship can 
make them. Any printer 
needing a machine for sta- 
ple binding, will find this 



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No. 1 Machine stitches 
work of 4 pages to 100 with- 
out adjustments. 

No. 2 Machine stitches 
work of 150 pages to 300 
and over without adjust- 
ments. 

Price of Machine and 
Hand Power $18 00 

Price of Machine and 
Foot Power ,.. m 00 

No. 7 staple?, 3-16 inch for 
2 to 16 sheets, 5,000 in box, 
$1.25 per box. 

No. 8 staples, 14 inch for 
16 to 32 sheets, 5,000 in box, 
$1,25 per box. 

No. 9 staples, 5-16 inch for 
32 to 50 sheets, 5,000 in box, 
$1,25 per box. 




BREECH LOADER BINDER. 




A machine adapted to 
the use of printers, in bind- 
ing small pamphlets any 
thickness under 100 pages. 
Uses three sizes of staples, 
A perfect binder, and al^ 
most indispensable in any 
printing office. 

Staples are made of best 
quality wire, and are put up 
in boxes of 1,000 of any one 
size. The sizes are C, or 
346-in, leg; D, 1-4-in. leg: 
E» 5-16-in- leg. In ordering 
staples always give the 
letter signifyng size. 



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392 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



HAND STABBER, 



Price,'Hand Stabber. 



S25 





FOOT STABBER. 



> I * Herewith^is shown m cut A of the 
5?oot Stabber made for us by the 
Howard Iron Works. It is just the 
thing for printers who wish to bind 
their own work, as also small bind- 
eries. It is simple and so well 
built that it cannot get out of order. 



Price. 



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$75 00 




Power Stabber. 



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..$150 00 

,. 200 00 



Cleveland Type Foundry ', 



393 



Cleveland % Ohio, 



SURGUY'S STEREOTYPE OUTFIT. 

Casting Bed 16X28 inches $40 00 

Non-conducting Bars, Iron Cores and Spacing 10 00 

Improved Iron Miter Box and Saw 15 00 

Iron Shuteboard and Plane 12 00 

Furnace, Ladle, Melting Pot and Hood 10 00 

Beating Brush, Blankets and Small Tools 7 00 

Stereotype Paper 1 00 

Total for complete outfit * - ■ $95 00 

Matrices for making typa, border, cuts and ornament?, 55 large pagas, (singly 75 cents, 
each) $30.00. 

Any part of above sold separately. 



GOLDING'S IMPROVED TABLET PRESS. 




Applying the Cement. 




Paper in Press. 



This Press is used for 
forming into tablets or 
blocks, bill-heads, letter- 
heads, note-heads, state- 
ments, orders, memoran- 
dums, blanks, etc. 

The second illustration 

shows the machine when 

closed and packed with 

paper. When the paper is 

in position it is pressed by 

turning the crank handle 

at one end of the press, 

which operates a screw 

bearing against a movable 

iron clamp. The clamps 

are held in a hinged frame 

so that the paper, when 

properly secured, can be thrown over as shown in 

the first illustration, bringing the lower and smooth 

edges uppermost, ready for glueing. 

Every press is provided with clamping boards 
for each end, to protect the paper from indenta- 
tions from the iron clamps. A thumb screw is 
used to raise or lower the clamping frame, where- 
by a central pressure can be obtained on any size 
paper, from 2X2 inches up to the full capacity of 
the press. 

Size No. 1 will hold 2,000 sheets, any size up 

to 6X12 inches, price $ 6 00 

Size No. 2 will hold 5,000 sheets, any size up 

to 8X16 inches, price 12 00 



TABLET GLUE OR BINDERS* LIQUID CEMENT. 

Red or Blue, per Half Pint Can $0 35 

M " Pint Can „„... „ , . 60 

" Quart Can , 1 00 

'* Gallon Can 3 75 



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394 



Cleveland* Ohio* 



COTT'S IMPROVED TABLET HOLDER AND CLAMP. 




For straightening up and holding sheets of 
paper while being glued for tablets. Will 
hold any quantity up to three thousand sheets 
of paper, and any size from 2J4X2J4 *° 8HX14 
inches. With an additional clamp and larger 
press boards almost any size of work can be 
easily handled. 

prices : 

Cott's Improved Tablet Holder and 

Clamp, including 4 Press Boards $3 25 

Extra Clamp and set of 4 Press Boards... 1 00 
Extra Clamp, without Boards 1 25 




TABLET WITH SURFACE PRESENTED FOR QLUEINQ 



TABLET GLUE POTS. 
1 Quart " " 90 

2** *» ** 1 Oil 

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TAKE SLUGS. 
Figured or Lettered Slugs, electrotyped and cut to measure of column, each 80 15 



BARTHOLOMEW'S TWISTER. 




Every job compositor should have one. Can be carried in the pocket. Indispensable 
to the country printer. 

Price. U 00 



Cleveland Type Foundry \ 



395 



Cleveland^ Okie. 



PRESS TAPES. 



% inch wide-perroll $0 75 

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TYPE MEASURES. 



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Boxwood Triangular Type Measure, 9 inches . „,..... „.$1 50 

Card Board . .. 25 



TYPE WASH. 




Printers' Detergent. 



5Tb* cans 
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Kegs of 50 to 100 lbs per ff>. $0 10 

Half barrels, about 150 lbs " "0 09 

Barrels of 350 to 500 lbs " " 08 



Champion Type Wash. 



Champion'Type Wash 1 lb. Cans, each, $0 20 V dozen $2 00 

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TYMPAN PRESS BOARDS. 



21X29;inches SO 50 

26X35 " 75 



29X42 inches $1 00 

35X52 " 1 25 



EARHART WRINKLER. 

For.bending or curling brass rule into any shape desired $18 00 



WRENCHES. 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 
A^D ESTIMATES 
FOR NEWSPAPER 

aHd JOB 

OFFICES. 



Q^e^eral Jipornjatioi^. 



OLD METAL. 

Old Metal (delivered at the Foundry) is taken in exchange for new type of our cast 
at list price at the following prices: Old Type, 7 cts. V lb.; Leads and Stereotype and 
Electrotypes, 4 cts. $ lb. 

M& To avoid mistakes, packages of Old Type or Metal should always be marked with 
the name of the shipper as well as our address. 

HINT8 TO PRINTERS. 

When you are ordering type for newspaper or book work, state whether or not you want 
the fonts to contain Italics, Leaders, Fractions or Commercial Marks. 

In ordering Sorts to match type you already have, state the Name and Number of the 
Face, as well as the Size of the body ; or, if you cannot do this, send a capital "H" and a 
lower case "m" (as little used as possible) of the font the Sorts are to work with. Also 
state the number of pounds or ounces you want of each particular Sort. 

Job fonts, such as Titles, Antiques, Ornamented, etc., are put up without Spaces and 
Quads, and if you want them for any Size of body it will be necessary for you to order them 
separately. 

When you want Leads, Advertising Rules or Dashes, send one of your Leads ; or, if 
you order them cut to certain ems long, be careful to state what particular ems you 
mean—whether Nonpareil, Brevier, Long Primer, Pica, etc., otherwise they will be cut to 
pica ems. 

Should you order Brass Rule to be mitered to any size, give either the "inside" or 
"outside" measurement, and if it is to be cut from Double Rule, state whether you wish the 
heavy line inside or outside. 

When you order Type, Rules, Borders, Cuts, etc., from any other Foundry's Specimen 
Book, do not cut the sample out, but mention what book (giving date of same, if possible) 
you select from, and give the Name, and Number, if any, of each particular article re- 
quired; also, when practicable, the page on which it may be found. 

In ordering Printing Ink, state the quantity, and price per pound or ounce, of each 
kind you want. 

When you want Chases, give the "inside" or "outside" measurement, or better still, 
send a diagram. 

SCHEME FOR ORDERING 8ORT8. 

The following table will be found usaful in ordering sorts. It contains a rough esti- 
mate (taking Brevier as a standard), of the amount which the respective boxes of the 
regular full-sized lower case will contain. The first two columns give the letters and 
weights to box ; the last two columns the letters and the number that will weigh a pound. 
Of course, printers in ordering can increase or decrease the quantities and weights to suit 
their wants, or the proportion to the body of the type they need. 



LETTERS. 



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Cleveland Type Foundry, 



398 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



8TANDARD NEW8PAPER MEA8URE. 

The standard Newspaper Measure, as recognised and now in general use, is 13 Ems 
The standard of measurement of all sizes of Type, is the Em Quad, and not the let- 
ter m. 

LEAD8 AND 8LUQ8. 

Leads are designated as "— to-Pica," the number being that fraction of a Pica which 
the Lead is, viz : a 6-to-Pica Lead is one-sixth of a Pica in thickness, or six 6-to-Pica's are 
equal to one Pica ; four 4-to-Pica's one Pica, and so with other sizes or thickness of Leads. 

Slugs.— Leads of Nonpareil thickness and greater are called slugs, viz : Nonpareil 
Slugs, Pica Slugs, etc. 

AVERAGE WEIGHT OF MATTER. 

A "piece" of solid matter 13 ems Pica wide and 6 inches long will weigh about 3% lbs., 
but in order to allow for the sorts usually remaining in case, 4% lbs. of type would be 
required to set that amount of solid matter. When the matter is to be leaded the weight 
of the type may be reduced about one-quarter* i. e.: a single column of six-column folio* 
solid* will weigh 10% lbs., requiring about 13 lbs. of type, while the same length column* 
leaded with six-to-pica leads, will contain but V/% tbs. solid matter, requiring about 10 lbs. 
of type to set the same. 

A piece of solid matter 12 inches square will weigh about 40 lbs. One pound of type 
will, therefore, measure 3% square inches. A piece of leaded matter 12 inches square will 
contain but 30 lbs. of type. 

LEAD8 REQUIRED FOR NEW8PAPER AND BOOK WORK. 

To lead one pound of Pearl requires 6 ounces of d-to-Pica Leads, Agate 5% ounces, Non- 
pareil 5 ounces, Minion 4% ounces, Brevier 4 ounces, Bourgeois 3% ounces, Long Primer 
3 ounces, Small Pica 2% ounces, Pica 2J4 ounces, English 2% ounces. 

HOW TO E8TIMATE FOR BODY TYPE. 

To estimate the quantity of type (solid) necessary to fill a given space, multiply the 
number of square inches by h% (estimated weight, in ounces, of one square inch of matter* 
including sorts in case), divide the product by 16 and the result will be the weight of type 
required. If leaded, a reduction in weight of type may be made as above. 

ANOTHER RULE. 

To ascertain the quantity of Type (solid) required for Newspaper or Book work, find 
the number of square inches to be set, and divide the same by 4, which will give the 
approximate weight of matter ; to which 25 per cent, should be added for "sorts," or dead 
letters remaining in the case. If the matter is to be leaded the weight may be reduced 
one-quarter. 

MIXTURE8 OF OOLOR8. 

Use Magnesia as a base in making tints. 

Yellow and Carmine or Deep Red produce impure Scarlet. 

Carmine and Blue produce Deep Lilac, Violet and Plum. 

Blue and Black produce Deep Blue or Blue-black. 

Vermilion and Black produce rich Brown. 

Yellow and Black make Bronze Green. 

Yellow, Blue and Black make Deep Green. 

Orange Mineral and White make beautiful Flesh Tints. 

Yellow and Blue produce Green. 

Carmine and White make Pinks of any depth. 

Ultramarine, White and Carmine form the various tones of Lilac, etc. 

To thin ink, use Reducing Varnish. 

Use Copal Flock Varnish if quick dryer is wanted. 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 399 Cleveland, Ohio. 



IMPOSITION AND 8IZE8 OF BOOK8. 

Folio.— The standard size of this paper is 25X38. The half sheet folded in two leaves, 
having four paces, makes a book called a folio. 

Quarto.— When the half sheet is folded in four leaves, making eight pages, it forms 
a quarto. 

Octavo.— The half sheet folded again, eight leaves, sixteen pages, forms an octavo; 
or folded into sixteen leaves forms a 16mo. 

Duodecimo.— By folding the same into twelve leaves, making twenty-four pages, we 
have a duodecimo. Folded into eighteen leaves, we form an 18mo; into twenty-four 
leaves, and we have a 24mo, etc. 

The words, Post, Grown, Demy, Royal, etc., used in connection, as Royal Octavo, 
designate the sixes of paper of which the book is made. 

Modern facilities for the manufacture of paper enable publishers to have any desired 
site made to order, the same as this Catalogue. 

Marks occasionally found at the bottom of a page are termed signatures (such as a, b, 
e; or, 1, 2, 3 ; or 1*, 2*, 3*), and are used for the direction of the pressman and binder in 
printing, folding and gathering the sheets. 

DIAQRAM8 8HOWINQ HOW TO IMP08E FORM8. 

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400 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



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Cleveland Type Foundry, 



401 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



NEWSPAPER MEASUREMENT. 

Table showing the number of Ems of the different sizes of Newspaper Type in a Line 

the number of Lines necessary to make 1,000 Ems, and the length in Inches. 

Also the number of Ems in the regular lengths of Columns. 



13 Ems Pica, 

width OF 

Standard Column. 



Agate 

Nonpareil.... 

Minion 

Brevier 

Bourgeois 

Long Primer 



5 • 

a g 



28^ 

26 

22)4 

WA 
17J4 
15^ 



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45 
51}* 
57% 
62^ 



00 00 



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2% 

4% 
5% 
7J4 
9 



III! 

EttgWa 

•30*00 



5,040 
4,325 
3,175 
2,465 
1,950 
1,610 



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©tas 



6,505 
5,615 
4,115 
3,200 
2,525 
2,085 



A ■ * 

.2o«a 

otas 



{{11 



7,180 
6,160 
4,515 
3,510 
2,770 
2,290 



7,900 
6,785 
4,970 
3,865 
3,050 
2,520 



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GO 



8,630 
7,410 
5,440 
4,220 
3,330 
2,755 



'gas 



9,310 
8,030 
5,885 
4,575 
3,615 
2,970 



BOOK WORK MEASUREMENT. 

Table showing the number of Ems to a line, and the number of Lines contained in 1,000 

Ems of matter, standard book measure. Also, the space, in inches, filled 

by 1,000 Ems of matter of the different measures. 



Size op Type. 



Nonpareil.... 

Brevier 

Long Primer 
Small Pica ... 
Pica 



21 Ems Pica. 



00 






42 

SIX 
2&A 
23 
21 



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24 

39H 
43^ 
48 



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2 

6% 

8 



23 Ems Pica. 



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46 

35 

27% 

25 

23 



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§a 

do 



21% 

28% 

36 

40 

43^ 



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5 






25 Ems Pica. 



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50 

37^ 

£0 

27J4 

25 



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20 

26>4 

33H 

36% 

40 



80 « 



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1% 

3 

4% 
5% 
6% 



LEADS FOR NEWSPAPER8. 

Table showing the number of Leads, 13 Ems Pica long, contained in one Pound, and the 

number required to lead 1,000 Ems of matter, together with the number of 

Leads in a single column of matter regular sizes of Newspapers. 



Size of Body Type 
To be Leaded 

With 6-to-Pica Leads. 


No. Leads 
to Pound. 


No. Leads 
1,000 Ems. 


4 Col. Folio, 
or Quarto. 
No. Leads 
in Column. 


5 Col. Folio, 
or Quarto. 
No. Leads 

in Column. 


6 Col. Folio, 
or Ouarto. 
No. Leads 

in Column. 


7 Col. Folio, 
or Quarto. 
No. Leads 

in Column. 


8 Col. Folio. 

No. Leads 

in Column. 


9 Col. Folio. 

No. Leads 

in Column. 

4 


Agate 


60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


26 
29 
34 
40 
45 
52 


132 

125 

108 

99 

88 

84 


170 
162 
140 
128 
114 
108 


185 
179 
154 
141 
* 125 
119 


206 
197 
169 
155 
138 
131 


224 
215 
185 
169 
150 
143 


241 


Nonpareil 


233 


Minion 


201 


Brevier 


183 


Bourgeois 


163 


Long Primer 


154 







The lengths of Head Rules given are for Columns 13 ems Pica wide, and Minion Col- 
umn Rules. 



-A 



Cleveland Type Foundry ; 



402 



Cleveland, Ohio, 



3TANDARD SIZES OF NEWSPAPER8. 

The following are the regular size3 of newspapers, adopted by the auxiliary printers 
We would advise parties planning new newspapers to adopt one of these sizes. The width 
of column is 13 ems : 



Sui or Paper. 



Size or Fokm. 



Hkad Hole, 



Column Hole 



Five Column Folio 20X26 17%X23% 11VS T7% 

Six " M 22X31 19%X28% 13% 19% 

Seven " " 24X35 21%X33 15% 21% 

Eight " " 26X40 23%X37J<£ 18 23% 

Nine " " 28X44 25%X42 20J£ 25% 

Four Column Quarto 22X31 18%X29 8% 13% 

Five " " 26X40 23%X37 11^ 17% 

Six " " 30X44 27%X41 13% 19% 

Seven " " 35X48 32^X45 .15% 21% 



COLUMN AND HEAD RULES. 

The accompanying Table gives the length of Column and Head Rules for the regular 

standard sizes of Folio and Quarto Newspapers. 



Style of Newspaper. 



Column Rules, Inches in length.. 
Head Rules, Inches in length 



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21% 


23% 


8% 


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15% 


18 



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25% 



MARGINS FOR JOB WORK. 

Following is a table showing sizes in cms pica, to set Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Cir- 
culars, Dodgers, etc., to allow proper margins: 



Width, Right to Lirr. 

Postal Card 28 ems 

Ordinary Note Circular 24 

Packet Note Circular 26 

Ordinary Letter Circular 40 

Packet Letter Circular 42 

Quarter Cap Circular or Blank 40 

Half Cap Circular or Blank 40 

Ordinary Note Head 28 

Packet Note Head 30 

Ordinary Statement Head 28 

Ordinary Letter Head 45 

Ordinary Bill Head 45 

Thirty-Second Dodger 21 

Sixteenth Dodger 28 

Eighth Dodger 42 



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ems 



.16 
.40 
.45 
.55 
.60 
.35 
.66 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
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A compositor, receiving, for instance, a circular to set up to packet note size, would 
glance at this table, and noting that the width of the matter for that size piece of paper 
is twenty-six ems, sets his stick and gets his leads and slugs to that measure. He also 
notes how far down the galley the forty-five ems of length reaches, and is ready to go 
ahead. This takes much less time than hunting up a sheet of paper and folding it, with 
the chance of getting the margin wrong after all. 



Cleveland Type Foundry. 



403 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



TABLE, SHOWING THE AMOUNT OF PAPER REQUIRED 

For any Job of from 50 to 10,000 Copies. No allowance is made for waste or over copies, 



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0- 6 


0-5 


0-4 


0-4 


0-3 


0- 3 


0-3 


0- 2 


0- 2 


0-2 


100 


2- 2 


1-10 


1-1 


0-17 


0-13 


0-12 


0-9 


0- 7 


0- 7 


0- 6 


0- 5 


0-5 


0- 4 


0-3 


0- 3 


200 


4- 4 


2-19 


2- 2 


1-10 


1- 1 


0-23 


0-17 


0-14 


0-13 


0-12 


0-10 


0- 9 


0- 7 


0- 6 


0- 5 


250 


5-5 


3-12 


2-15 


1-18 


1- 8 


1-4 


0-21 


0-17 


0-16 


0-14 


0-13 


0-11 


0-8 


0- 7 


0- 6 


300 


6-6 


4-4 


3- 3 


2- 2 


1-14 


1-10 


1- 1 


0-20 


0-19 


0-17 


0-15 


0-13 


0-10 1 0- 9 


0-7 


400 


8- 8 


5-14 


4- 4 


2-19 


2- 2 


1-21 


1-10 


1-3 


1- 1 


0-23 


0-20 


0-17 


0-13; 0-12 


0- 9 


500 


10-10 


6-23 


5- 5 


3-12 


2-15 


2- 8 


1-18 


1-10 


1-8 


1-4 


1-1 


0-21 


0-16 0-14 


0-11 


600 


12-12 


8— 8 


6- 6 


4- 4 


*y~~ o 


2-19 


2- 2 


1-16 


1-14 


1-10 


1-6 


1- 1 


0-19 1 0-17 0-13 


7(H) 


14-14 


9-18 


»» — 


4-21 


3-16 


3- 6 


2-11 


1-23 


1-20 


1-15 


1-11 


1-6 


0-22 0-20; 0-15 


750 


15-15 


10-10 


7-20 


5-5 


3-22 


3-12 


2-15 


— ' * 


1-23: 1-18 


1-14 


1- 8 


1-0 


0-21! 0-16 


800 


16-16 


11-3 


8- 8 


5-14 


4-4 


3-17 


2-19 


2- 6 


2- 2! 


1-21 


1-16 


1-10 


1-1 


0-23 


0-17 


900; 


18-18 


12-12 


H~~ A 


6- 6 


4-17 


4-41 


3- 3 


2-12 


2-9 


2- 2 


1-21 


1-14! 


1-5 


1- 1 


0-19 


1000 


20-211 


13-22 


10-10 


6-23 


5- 5 


4-16 


3-12 


2-19 


2-15 


2- 8 


2-2 


1-18 


1-8 


1-4 


0-21 


1250 


26- 1 


17-9 


13- 1 


8-17 


6-13 


5-19 


4- 9 


3-12 


3- 7 


2-2*? 


2-15 


2-5 


1-16 


1-11 


1- 3 


1500 


31- 6 


20-20 


15-15 


10-10 


7-20 


6-23 


5-5 1 


4- 5 


3-22 


3-12 


3-3 


2-15 


1-23 


1-18 


1- 8 


1750 


36-11 


94- s 


18- 6 


12- 4 


9- 3 


8- 3 


6- 2 


4-22 


4-14 


4- 2 


3-16 


3-1 


2-8 


2- 1 


1-13 


20001 


41-16 


27-19 


20-20 


13-22 


10-10' 


9- 7 


6-23 


5-14 


5-5 


4-16 


4-4 


3-12 


2-15 


2- 8 


1-18 


2500 


52- 2 


34-18 


26- 1 


17-10 


13- 1 


11-15 


8-17 


7- 


6-13 


5-20 


5- 5 


4-9 


3-7 


2-22 


2- 5 


3000 


62-12 


41-16 


31- 6 


20-20 


15-151 


13-22 


10-10 


8- 8 


7-20 


6-23 


6- 6 


5- 5 


3-22 


3-12 


2-15 


4000 


83- 8 


55-14 


41-16 


27-19 


20-20 


18-13 


13-22, 


11-3 


10-10 


9- 7 


8-8 


6-23 


5-5 


4-16 


3-lZ 


5000 


104- 4 


69-11 


52- 2 


34-18 


26- ll 


23- 4 


17- 9 


13-22 


13- 1 


11-14 


10-10 


8-17 


6-13 5-19 


4- 9 


10000 


208- 8 

i 


138-22 


104-4 


69-11 


52-2 


46-8 


34-18, 


27-19 


26- 1 23- 4 20-20 


17-9 


13- li 11-14 ; 8-17 




Cleveland Tyfe Foundry % 



404 



Cleveland % Ohio 



NEWSPAPER ESTIMATES. 



As the estimates here given are subject to variation in prices, the information given 
on that point is of but little value. Write us, giving a detailed list of what you want, state 
terms of payment, etc., and we will quote you bottom figures. 

31X COLUMN QUARTO OR NINE COLUMN FOLIO. 



Nine-Column Washington Hand Press 

Pair of 6-Col. Quarto Chases 

Iron Side and Foot Sticks 

1 Twenty-three-inch Roller and Frame 

200 lbs Nonpareil 

300tt>s Brevier 

20 Fonts Heading and Display Type 

Quads and Spaces for Display Type 

10 Pairs Cases 

12 Job and Triple Cases 

5 Double Stands with Racks 

10 Single Column Galleys, Brass Lined 

2 Double Column Galleys, Brass Lined 

Imposing Stone and Frame, 30X60 

6 Six-inch Composing Sticks 

Mallet, Planer and Shooting Stick 

100 Quoins » 

Lye Brush 

40 Column Rules 

9 Head Rules 

150 Advertising Rules 

25 Cross Column Rules 

50 Brass Dashes 

50 lbs Leads 

48 Beveled Foot Slugs 

1 Make-up Rule 

6 Composing Rules 

25 lbs News Ink— Best quality.... '. 

Heading for paper $720 76 



SIX COLUMN FOLIO. 



One Six-Column Washington Hand Press 

1 Pair 6-Col. Folio Chases 

Iron Side and Foot Sticks 

1 Sixteen-inch Roller and Frame 

100 lbs Nonpareil ► 

150 ms Brevier 

5 Pairs of Cases ! 

6 Job and Triple Cases 

3 Double Stands with Racks 

4 Single Column Galleys, Brass Lined 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 405 Cleveland, Ohio* 



8IX OOLUMN FOLIO-Continued. 

1 Doable Column Galley, Brass Lined .'. 

3 Six-inch Composing Sticks 

Mallet* Planer and Shooting Stick 

100 Quoins 

1 Lye Brush 

1 Imposing Stone and Frame, 24X36 

20 Column Rules 

5 Head Rules 

60 Advertising Rules 

20 Cross Column Rules 

25 Brass Dashes 

30 ms Leads 

24 Foot Slugs, Beveled 

1 Make-up Rule 

3 Composing Rules 

25 lbs Best News Ink 

10 Fonts Heading and Display Type 

Quads and Spaces for Display Type 

Heading for paper $449 1Q 



JOB OFFICE ESTIMATES. 



COMPLETE SMALL JOB OFFICE. 



Quarto Medium Job Press, size 10X15 

Eighth Medium Job Press, size 8X12 

Paper Cutter, 30 inches 

Card Cutter, 28 inches, Patent No. 1 

Mite ring Machine 

Lead and Rule Cutter 

Imposing Stone and Frame, 30X60 

Cabinet— 20 full size Cases 

4 Double Stands, with Racks 

6 Pairs Cases 

15 Job Cases 

1 Job Galley, 85iX13, Brass Lined 

1 Job Galley, 10X16, Brass Lined 

4 Common Galleys '. 

Rule Case 

Eight-inch Composing Stick 

Twelve-inch Composing Stick 

Sixteen-inch Composing Stick 

Mallet, Planer and Shooting Stick 

Lye Brush 

200 yards assorted Reglet and Furniture 

100 Quoins 

Saw and Miter Box 

50 lbs Nonpareil 

60 lbs Brevier 

90 lbs Long Primer » 

Cleveland Type Foundry \ 406 Cleveland^ Ohio., 



COMPLETE 8MALL JOB OFFICE— CONTINUED. 

5ft>8 Double Small Pica Poster Antique 

50 lbs Leads, shaved 

40 Fonts Plain and Fancy Job Type, such as is commonly used in a first-class 

Job Office 

1 dozen Megill's Gauge Pins , 

Spaces and Quads : $1,003 98 

Larger outfits, including Cylinder Presses of well known manufacture, furnished upon 
application at proportionately low rates. 



SMALL JOB OFFICE. 



Eighth Medium Job Press, size 8X12 

Cabinet— 10 Two-Thirds Cases 

Double Stand, with Racks 

2 Pairs Cases 

6 Job Cases • 

Job Galley, Brass Lined, 8^X13 

2 Common Galleys 

Imposing Stone and Frame, 28X50 

Eight-inch Composing Stick 

Twelve-inch Composing Stick 

Mallet, Planer and Shooting Stick 

Lye Brush 

100 Quoins 

60 yards Beglet and Furniture 

25tbs Nonpareil 

25 lbs Brevier 

10 lbs Leads, shaved 

20 Fonts Plain and Fancy Job Type, such as is commonly used in first-class 

Job Offices 

Spaces and Quads 

All complete, material first-class, for $306 86 



VERY COMPLETE 8MALL JOB OFFICE. 



Quarto Medium Job Press, size 10X15 

Cabinet— 20 Two-Thirds Cases 

2 Double Stands, with Backs 

3 Pairs Cases 

10 Job Cases 

1 Job Galley, Brass Lined, 8%X13 

2 Common Galleys 

Imposing Stone and Frame, 28X50 

Card Cutter, 28 inch, Patent No. 2 

Lead Cutter 

Rule Case 

Eight-inch Composing Stick 

Sixteen-inch Composing Stick 

Mallet, Planer and Shooting Stick 

Lye Brush 

100 Quoins 

100 yards assorted Reglet and Furniture : 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 407 Cleveland, Ohio. 



VERY COMPLETE SMALL JOB OFFICE-CONTINUED. 

i 

Saw and Miter Box 

30 lbs Nonpareil 

50 lbs Brevier 

40 lbs Long Primer 

25 ibs Double Small Pica Poster Antique 

25 lbs Leads, shaved 

SO Fonts Plain and Fancy Job Type, such as is commonly used in first-class 

Job Offices 

Spaces and Quads 

All complete, material first-class, for. .* $813 OO 



COMPLETE JOB OFFICE. 

First-class Cylinder Press, extra heavy, with late improvements, 18X22 inside 

bearers 

Quarto Medium Job Press, size 10X15 

Eighth Medium Job Press, size 8X12 

Paper Cutter, 30 inches, "Gem"...*. 

Card Cutter, 28 inches, Patent No. 1 

Mi tering Machine 

Lead and Rule Cutter 

Imposing Stone and Frame, 30X60 

Cabinet— 20 full size Cases 

4 Double Stands, with Racks 

1 Double Stand, with 24 full Racks 

8 Pairs Cases 

25 Job Cases 

2 Job Galleys, 8?£X13 

Uob Galley, 10X16 

1 Job Galley, 14X20 

4 Common Galleys 

Rule Case 

Eight-inch Composing Stick 

Twelve-inch Composing Stick 

Sixteen-inch Composing Stick 

Mallet, Planer and Shooting Stick 

Lye Brush 

1 dozen Megill's Gauge Pins 

200 yards assorted Reglet and Furniture 

100 Quoins 

Saw and Miter Box 

50 lbs Nonpareil 

60 lbs Brevier 

60 lbs Long Primer 

100 lbs Small Pica 

25 lbs Double Small Pica Poster Antique 

50ft>s Leads, shaved 

4 Fonts Labor Saving Rule (20 pounds) 

40 Fonts Plain and Fancy Job Type, such as is commonly used in a first-class 

Job Office 

Spaces and Quads $1,97S lO 

The estimates here given are not arbitrary, being intended merely as a basis upon which 
to estimate the cost of an outfit. Any article not wanted may be omitted, the quantity of 
Type, etc., reduced or increased, different sizes substituted, or changed in any way to suit 
the ideas of the customer. The Newspaper Estimates are based upon the supposition that 
four pages are to be printed " at home." Where patent insides or outsides are used, the 
quantity of Type, Column and Head Rule, Dashes, Leads, etc., may be reduced to corres- 
pond. Make up your list and write for prices. 

Cleveland Type Foundry, 408 Cleveland, Okie. 



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